KARACHI: Summer temperatures are expected in Sindh in February, with maximum temperatures reaching 36 to 38 degrees Celsius in three to four days.
Temperatures in the province’s Tharparkar, Umarkot, Mirpur Khas, Badin, and Thatta districts are expected to soar from 36 to 38 degrees Celsius, according to Chief Meteorologist Sardar Sarfaraz.
Maximum temperatures in Karachi could reach 33 degrees Celsius on February 17 and 18, according to Pakistani weather officials.
However, maximum temperatures are not predicted to rise in other parts of the province, according to Sarfaraz.
According to the weather forecast, the warm spell is expected to last until February 21.
The sea wind, which has a calming effect on the city’s weather, will most likely be suspended during the period.
Climate change, according to weather experts, is to blame for this unusual weather pattern and unexpectedly high temperatures.