well, this June brings the hot sun with it along with the hot waves across Pakistan. Currently, whether in Pakistan is hot and dry and will be continued till 15 of June 2019. The Pakistan Metrological Department predicted that the holidays of Eid-ul-Fitr in Pakistan will be hot and dry.
Eid-ul-Fitr in Pakistan is going to be celebrated on 5 June till 7 June and according to the MET office, the temperature in the first week of June is expected to be hot in most parts of the country and there are no chances of rain in most areas of Pakistan.
Met Office’s National Seismic Monitoring Centre Karachi Chief Meteorologist said, “The early days of June remain hot as continental air is prevailing over most parts of the country. However after 15 June the temperature declines as afterward rainfalls start with the advent of July.”
The department predicted that the heat waves will hit till 15 June and after that, the temperature would likely come down a little bit. The moon soon rainy season would start at the start of July which will help in decreasing the temperature.
Besides, Pakistan Metrological Department reported rain, thunderstorm, and dust in isolated areas of Pakistan like Malakand, Peshawar, Bannu, Hazara, and Kohat but the rest of the areas Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will remain hot and dry.
Meanwhile, the days will remain sunny for the whole week and the temperature would revolve between 43 degrees to 45 degrees in day time which is quite hot. On first three days of Eid-ul-Fitr, the temperature in Lahore is expected to be at 45 degrees while 47 degrees in Karachi, Larkana 48 degrees, Sukkur 47 degrees and 50 degrees in Jacobabad. So, now Pakistanis need to take all possible precautions to celebrate their Eid holidays and adjust plans accordingly.