The Met Office has announced that another westerly wave is expected to enter Balochistan on April 21, which could bring rainfall to Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. However, it is still too early to predict the impact of this weather system on Sindh and Karachi.
The weather could remain pleasant on Eid ul Fitr due to windy weather, and the ongoing hot weather spell is expected to persist until coming Monday. The sea breeze is anticipated to become fully active from April 10 to 13, according to the weather report.
The Pakistan Meteorological Department has forecast normal to slightly above normal precipitation throughout the country during April. Southern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Kashmir, and northern Punjab are expected to receive slightly above-normal rainfall.
The temperatures are anticipated to remain slightly above normal over northern and southern regions, while central parts of the country could experience normal to below normal temperatures, the Met Office reported.
While the new westerly wave will bring much-needed rain to Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Karachi’s situation remains uncertain. Karachi has been experiencing high temperatures for the past few days, and the new weather system could bring gusty winds.
The new westerly wave entering Balochistan on April 21 could bring much-needed rain to the region, while the rest of the country is likely to experience normal to slightly above-normal rainfall. Although it is still too early to predict the impact of this weather system over Sindh and Karachi, the ongoing hot weather spell is expected to persist until coming Monday, and the sea breeze is anticipated to become fully active from April 10 to 13