Karachi (Staff Reporter) Sardar Sarfraz, Director, Meteorological Department, said that hot and dry weather will prevail in Karachi for the next four to five days.
Safraz said the metropolis could face hot, humid weather and the sea breeze is likely to slow down in the next two days.
He said strong and dry winds would blow from the northeast in Karachi and the temperature could hover between 37 and 29 C.
Sarfraz said that there could be less air pressure in the Bay of Bengal today which could lead to depression in the coming days.
The director of the Met Office said the storms form in the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal in October and November. If the depression reaches central India, the wind direction in Karachi may change.
He added that wind depression did not pose a direct threat to Pakistan’s coastline.
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