Heatwave to get worse in upcoming weeks

LAHORE: Tuesday was a hot day in the dull areas of the nation and weather are expected to more increase during the upcoming 3 days in view of warm and dry weather conditions. It will remain very hot in many plain parts of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, east Balochistan, and Sindh during the present week, declared Pakistan Meteorological Department ( PMD ) in its everyday record.

PMD Director General Riaz Khan said to Dawn that weather conditions were bound to increase more in the nation during the following 3 days because of the hot and dry weather conditions. A westerly wave would enter Pakistan from its significant north side on June 1 but it was supposed to give light rain merely over the Gilgit-Baltistan region. He did not rule out the possibility of locally generated strong winds in the plain places over the following 3 days. weather was hot in many areas of the nation on Tuesday, increasing temperatures particularly in Sindh to their largest degrees of the season.

The largest temperature in the nation was 48 degrees C that was recorded in Jacobabad. It was 47 in Dadu and Mohenjo-Daro, and 46 in Rahim Yar Khan, Sukkur, and Larkana. Lahore and Sargodha recorded 42 degrees C, Faisalabad 43, Multan 44, Dera Ismail Khan 43, and Turbat in Balochistan 45. The Met division forecast very hot weather conditions in the plain areas of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, north Balochistan, and Sindh over the following 24 hrs.

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