The amateur meteorologist, Jawab Memon revealed that Pakistan will experience a heatwave during the first week of Ramazan.
“The first few weeks of the holy month the mercury may cross 39 degrees, after the first and second day of Ramazan, we are expecting the weather to go back to normal” said Jawab.
The weather of Pakistan, during the month of April and May is already warm. Moreover, the Northern winds will turn the weather more dry and hot.
According to Jawab Memon, there are less chances of rain in Sindh. Whereas, rain and hailstorms are predicted in the plain areas of Punjab, Quetta, and the northern areas.
Earlier on 31 March, the Pakistan Meteorological Department revealed that Karachi is experiencing a heatwave, which will remain continued.
The government has advised everyone to stay indoors and to not leave the house unless absolutely necessary.