KARACHI: The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) predicted on Monday that Karachi will begin to experience showers starting on Tuesday amid the widespread devastation brought on by flash floods and severe rains.
According to the Met Office, Karachi will once more see light rain, and the following 24 hours will continue to be partly cloudy.
In a statement, the PMD said, “a westerly wave is present over western and upper parts of the country.”
The majority of the country’s plains are predicted to experience hot, muggy weather today, according to the Met Office. However, isolated locations in Kashmir, northeastern Punjab, upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Gilgit Baltistan are predicted to have partly overcast weather with rain-wind/thundershowers.
Karachi experienced a minimum temperature of 27°C on Monday, while the day’s high is predicted to range between 31°C and 33°C.
According to the PMD, the humidity ratio was 81% and the southwesterly winds were blowing at 16 km/h.