ISLAMABAD: Karachi gets a little relief from the continuous heatwave after sea-breeze broke the intensity of the scorching heat. However; Sindh and Baluchistan will continue to face high temperature.
The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has forecast that the temperature in Karachi is to be up to 36 degrees Celsius maximum on Wednesday, while minimum temperature will go down to 27 degrees Celsius.
However; other parts of Sindh are going to remain under the extreme heat with Hyderabad burning under a 41 degrees Celsius and temperature in Sukkur to rise as up as 40 degrees Celsius.
In Baluchistan a wave of hot winds will continue to blow and raise the temperature up-to to 43 degrees Celsius in Turbat district. But it seems that there is some good news for the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), Malakand and Hazara divisions in northwest Pakistan as rain is being forecast by the meteorological department in the mentioned regions.
Islamabad and Peshawar will see hazy skies as per the forecast of the PMD.