According to a Met Department weather advisory, a clearly visible low-pressure system that originated in Rajasthan, India, proceeded northwest and invaded Sindh, bringing showers. Under the influence of this system, the monsoon currents also invaded the country’s southern and higher regions.
The system is likely to result in more rain and thunderstorms with scattered intermittent heavy to very heavy falls in Sindh, south Punjab, south and northeastern Balochistan from August 24 to 26.The Met department reported that in Karachi, the temperature dipped as low as 26.5 degrees Celsius in the previous 24 hours, with a 92% humidity level.
It predicted that the temperature could increase to between 31 and 33 °C. More showers are expected in Sindh and parts of Balochistan due to the rain-producing system existing in central India, as predicted by chief meteorologist Sardar Sarfaraz.