Meteorological Department predicted heavy rains

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Meteorological Department predicted heavy rains

Meteorological Department predicted heavy rains|Hurricane in the Arabian Sea left 1100km away from Karachi, a meteorological department predicted a three-day heatwave in Karachi. The low-pressure hurricane has turned into a very powerful cyclone in the next 24 hours. The hurricane has been named by the Indian Meteorological Department Vayu, which means “wind”. According to the Meteorological Department’s Tropical Cyclone Warning Center, Hurricane Karachi 1100km east of the Arabian Sea. Weather forecasters say that although the tropical storm will bring heavy rains in the Indian state of Gujarat and some parts of the run-off, the coastal areas of Sir Sindh are under the influence of Thatta, Badin and Heavy rains are expected with thunderstorms in Tharparkar. The bad news for Karachi is that there is a possibility of a heatwave in Karachi from Thursday to Saturday due to hurricane waves. Director Matt Karachi Sardar Sarfraz says Under the storm, thunderstorms hit the coastal areas of Sindh on Thursday and Friday in Thatta, Badin, and Thar Parker. Rainy and heavy rains are expected while the weather will be hot and humid in the city from Thursday to Saturday. He says the temperature in Karachi can go up to 40 while humidity in the air is more than 70 percent. The intensity of the heat will be felt very much. Weather forecasters say the hurricane or cyclone is likely to collide with the Indian coast of Gujarat. Are keeping an eye on it and as the cyclone draws closer, all concerned organizations and the public will be made aware of it. The valleys say there are chances of hurricanes in May and June in the Arabian Sea, and after the monsoon season there may be hurricanes in September and October. The rate of hurricanes is decreasing by the day, but for any hurricane now, the magnitude and magnitude of the devastation will be greater than in the past.