After a few days of oppressive heat, Karachi’s weather changed for the better when it suddenly began to rain on Monday.
Sardar Sarfaraz, chief meteorologist, has commented on whether or not the city’s wet spell will last longer.
According to Sarfaraz, who provided a weather forecast for the next few days, there is a probability of rain in Karachi this afternoon (Tuesday), and rain is predicted to persist for the next two days in Tharparkar, Umarkot, and Badin.
He added that it might rain in Dadu, Sehwan, Qambar, and Shahdadkot as well. But after today’s anticipated showers, which should reduce the heat intensity, the heatwave will finish in Karachi, he added.
The recent showers, according to a representative of the Met department, are a result of the monsoon spell, which is no longer strong.
After September 22, he predicted, there would likely be another wet spell.
Meanwhile, according to meteorological expert Jawad Memon, showers in Karachi would be accompanied by windstorms and thunder. He claimed that rain-producing clouds that are building near Karachi could cause moderate to heavy precipitation in various regions of the metropolis.