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Rain is predicted in different cities on Eid’s first day

The Department of Meteorology has warned that the heat in the city of Quaid may increase from today until April 12, with rain expected on April 14. Meteorological analyst Jawad Memon states that many areas in Sindh are experiencing increasing temperatures, ranging from 37 to 38 degrees Celsius in Karachi during Eid.

Memon predicts that the weather will remain hot in Sindh until April 12, after which the intensity of heat is likely to decrease. From April 13 or 14, westerly winds are expected to cause rain in most parts of the country. Therefore, there is a possibility of rain in Karachi from April 14, which may be light to moderate in Quaid’s city.

Memon further stated that there may be more than usual rain in the country in April this year, with more western systems expected by April 22 or 23. During this period, there is a possibility of rain in Karachi until April 22 or 23. In contrast, the Meteorological Department predicts that the weather in Karachi will remain hot and humid for the next 24 hours. Today, the temperature in Karachi is expected to be 35 degrees Celsius.

The Meteorological Department reports that the minimum temperature recorded in the last 24 hours was 23 degrees Celsius, while the maximum temperature is expected to increase between 35 and 37 degrees Celsius in the next 24 hours. The humidity ratio in the air is 77%, and the speed of the winds blowing from the west is 11 km per hour. Due to the increased humidity ratio in the air from sea breezes, fog was also observed in the morning. The visibility in the airport area was 5 km, which cleared up with the sunrise

The Meteorological Department has predicted rain with thunder in some areas of the upper regions of Pakistan, including the capital city Islamabad, on the first day of Eid-ul-Fitr. The Department has also forecasted a new series of rains to begin across the country from Friday, with rain and thunder expected in the upper regions, including Islamabad, on Wednesday.

The Director of the Meteorological Department has stated that the weather will remain dry and slightly hot on Thursday. From Friday evening, a new series of rains is expected to enter the country, and clouds are predicted to clear in most areas from Friday to Monday. Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has also predicted that the temperature in Karachi will rise from April 9 to 10, with the mercury likely to go up to 39 degrees Celsius. The temperature is expected to increase during the day in the upper and central districts of Sindh, and it is predicted to reach 38 to 39 degrees Celsius

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