Karachi: The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Tuesday revealed that the country’s monsoon system had shifted from Karachi to South Punjab, a news source reported. In this regard, Chief Meteorologist Karachi Sardar Sarfaraz stated that even though the port city would not experience a monsoon spell, it could expect light rain or drizzle in some areas; along with proper rainfall in Tharparkar.
According to the details shared by PMD, the sixth wave of the monsoon system would not hit Karachi. The news comes as a sign of relief to the citizens, who have been suffering from the problems caused by urban flooding due to heavy rains over the past few weeks.
PMD data showed that the maximum temperature of Karachi on Monday stood at 31.8 degrees Celsius and minimum at 28.5 degrees Celsius. On the other hand, humidity level was recorded at 85% in the morning and 75% by evening. Officials added that the temperature could fluctuate between 32 and 30 degrees Celsius during the coming days.