Temperature Rise To 50 Celsius In Five Districts Of Sindh And Punjab

May 28, 2024Zayn0

The recent heat wave has been particularly intense in parts of Pakistan, with temperatures in some districts of Sindh and southern Punjab reaching as high as 50 degrees Celsius (122 Fahrenheit) on Sunday, according to a report by ARY News. Here we have discussed in detail.

Scorching Conditions in Sindh and Punjab

The maximum temperatures were recorded in several districts of Sindh and southern Punjab. In Sindh, the districts of Dadu, Qambar Shahdadkot, and Jacobabad experienced these sizzling temperatures. Similarly, the districts of Rojhan and Rajanpur in southern Punjab also saw the mercury soar to 50 degrees Celsius.

Highest Temperature Areas

These few districts were not the only ones experiencing extreme temperatures. Extremely hot temperatures were also experienced in other sections of the region. In Sindh, 49°C maximum temperatures were reported in the districts of Nawabshah, Sukkur, Shikarpur, Ghotki, and Kashmore. The temperatures in Punjab’s Liaquatpur and Rahim Yar Khan were likewise comparable.

Extreme Heatwave in Big Cities

The big cities have also been affected by the heat wave. In Faisalabad, the temperature rose to 45 degrees Celsius, while in Lahore, it hit 44 degrees.

Spreading Heatwave

According to the ministry of climate change, a severe heatwave is now affecting about 26 regions nationwide. It is predicted that this prolonged period of scorching temperatures would last until May 30.

Sindh’s Coastal Area Is Still Hot and Humid

Although Sindh’s inner districts are suffering from abnormally high temperatures, the province’s coastline regions are still hot and muggy, offering no relief from the intense heat.

The extended heat wave has created serious problems for the local populace, highlighting the necessity of taking strong action to lessen the effects of climate change and protect the welfare of the local community.

Conclusion
The extreme heatwave that is affecting portions of southern Punjab and Sindh, Pakistan, serves as an alarming indication of how quickly climate change is gaining speed. The local population has been severely stressed by temperatures that have reached 50 degrees Celsius, highlighting the critical need for efficient measures to mitigate the effects of global warming and safeguard populations at risk.

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