Karachi may likely see significant rainfall on June 13-16.

Karachi may likely see significant rainfall on June 13-16.

Cyclonic Storm

From June 13-16, there is going to be a lot of rain in Karachi.The cyclone known as “Biparjoy” is now less than 760 kilometres away from Karachi, to the south.The Met Office predicted on Sunday that several cities in Sindh, including Karachi, will likely see significant rainfall beginning in the evening or night of June 13 (Tuesday), and that it will continue for the following three days.The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) predicts that the Very Severe Cyclonic Storm (VSCS) “Biparjoy,” which is currently located around 760 kilometres to the south of Karachi, could bring severe rainfall to the coast of Pakistan. “Biparjoy” is currently located in the Arabian Sea.


The temperature in the city’s port will most likely range from 35 degrees Celsius to 37 degrees Celsius, with a low of 29 degrees Celsius expected. On the other hand, forecasters predict that the thermometer will climb to a high of 40 degrees Celsius on Monday (tomorrow).At this time, there is a humidity of 76% in the air that is present in the city, and the winds are blowing at a speed of five kilometres per hour. The following twenty-four hours are going to bring more of the same in terms of temperature and humidity.Other cities besides Thatta and Sajawal and Badin and Tharparkar and Mirpurkhas will also have rainy weather.

Met Office

According to the Met Office’s forecast, there is a possibility of precipitation in Southeast Sindh, along with gusty gusts and thunderstorms. It is possible for winds to reach speeds of up to 80 km per hour during this time.At this time of year, the Keti Bandar Port could see waves that are up to three metres (nine feet) high at their highest point.Because the circumstances in the Arabian Sea could become very rough and high, combined with high tides along the coast, the PMD has recommended the fishermen not to venture out into the open sea until the system has passed on June 17. This is because high tides along the coast may accompany the adverse conditions in the Arabian Sea.

south of Karachi

The current location of the cyclone is approximately 760 kilometres south of Karachi, 740 kilometres south of Thatta, and 840 kilometres southeast of Ormara. It is located near the latitude of 18.1 degrees North and the longitude of 67.5 degrees East.The chief meteorologist of the PMD in Sindh, Dr. Sardar Sarfaraz, predicts that the cyclone system will continue to move northward. Around the system centre, the maximum sustained surface winds are 150–160 kilometres per hour with gusts reaching 180 kilometres per hour. The sea conditions are fantastic around the system centre with maximum wave heights of 35–40 feet.

Karachi may likely see significant rainfall on June 13-16.
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