The Pakistan Met Office has said that monsoon currents have been continuously penetrating the atmosphere and are likely to become stronger from August 10, Wednesday.
Monsoon activity likely to continue in coming days— Pak Met Department محکمہ موسمیات (@pmdgov) August 8, 2022
More rains expected from 10th to 13th August, 2022
Met Office informed that monsoon currents are continuously penetrating in the country likely to become stronger from 10th August (Wednesday). #Monsoon2022 #rain pic.twitter.com/rk3kjGy7zv
Meanwhile, the rise in humidity levels made Karachi appear hotter than usual. The Heat Index reached up to 49C to 50C in Central Karachi. “Due to the presence of a Monsoon system, sea winds have been cut off and hot and humid NE winds are blowing over #Karachi and have caused the temperature to rise up to 36-37°C,” said Mohammad Faizan Khan, of a private weather organization.
Thunderstorms may have bypassed Karachi Tuesday but it rained in Hub Chowki. Nooriabad and Thatta are expected to see rain.