Pakistan’s largest city, Karachi, dried up on Saturday when the mercury hit 44 ° C, the highest barrier temperature reported.
The Meteorological Service of Pakistan (PMD) said in a statement that the temperature of the port city was measured on April 14, 1947, at 44.4 ° C, the highest temperature recorded since 1931.
Today at 1 p.m. the temperature was measured at 42 ° C, which was suddenly arrived up nearly two degrees to 44 ° C. PMD reports that the city is blowing winds at 15 to 20 kilometers per hour from the southeast, and humidity remains around 5% throughout the day.
The department told the table not to travel and drink heavily between 11:00 and 16:00 to stay hydrated. He also predicted the current heatwave in the city was likely to subside on Sunday. It is said that a heatwave can break on Sundays because mercury can range between 36 ° C and 38 ° C.