Multiple parts of Karachi were hit by dust storms and received rainfall in scattered areas on Tuesday, with the Meteorological Department (Met Dept) saying the rains are likely to stop and storm clouds will disappear after two to three hours.
As per the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) dark clouds have also covered Karachi.
PMD Director Sardar Sarfaraz said that thunder cells have developed over Karachi due to the sweltering heat.
“Winds are blowing from the Northeast. The clouds are forming in the northern part of the city,” said Sarfraz. He added that they had warned of a strong winds when they had issued the threat advisory for Cyclone Tauktae.
The PMD official also said that the heat in Karachi will reduce from tomorrow, adding that the clouds will leave Karachi in two to three hours.
Sarafaraz also said that there was no chance of heavy rain in Karachi but added that the clouds had covered the city due to the heat and cyclone.
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