It started to drizzle in some parts of Karachi, Monday evening. The Pakistan Meteorological Department has forecasted light rain in the city.
MET director Sardar Sarfaraz told a local news channel that it may rain in Karachi on September 25 and 26. This comes right after the department forecast a heatwave in the city.
Sarfaraz further said that a tropical depression in the Arabian Sea region has transformed into a storm. The lack of air in the sea has halted the sea breeze, increasing humidity across Karachi.
But there is nothing to worry as the storm is not threat to Karachi. It has headed west and will hit Oman. Sarfaraz also forecasted another “low-pressure area” will come toward Karachi from India’s Gujrat between September 26 and 29, which will cause humidity.
He forecasted another “low-pressure area” will come towards Karachi from India’s Gujarat between September 26 and 29, which will again result in the halting of the sea breeze.