Sea Breezes Restored In Karachi
KARACHI: Mercury has shifted its attention from the metropolis after the restoration of sea breezes.
According to Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), the recorded highest temperature of the metropolis was 34 Degrees Celsius and winds recorded as 12 kilometers per hour in the city.
However, rain-thunderstorm is expected at isolated places in Kashmir and its adjoining hilly areas.
A day earlier, mainly hot and dry weather was recorded in most parts of the country, while very hot in south Punjab and Sindh.
Earlier, PMD had issued a heatwave alert for Karachi between May 1st and 3rd after which the Sindh CM Murad Ali Shah issued directions to secretary health for taking necessary measures to face the crisis in terms of the expected heatwave.