The Meteorological Department said that mercury is likely to be 46 to 48 degrees in Dadu, Jacobabad, Larkana, Sukkur, and Khairpur. Ghotki, Nowshera Feroze, and Nawabshah may also have a record of 46 to 48 degrees.
The meteorological department said sweltering and dry weather conditions could affect vegetables and orchards. In addition, energy demand may increase during the heatwave.
The alert said that people should avoid going out during the heatwave from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The weather in Karachi is expected to be hot and humid during the next three days.
The meteorological department added that the maximum temperature could be recorded at 34 to 36 degrees in three days.
On the other hand, the PDMA has forecast severe heat across the country next week. As a result, daytime temperatures tend to rise in most parts of the country.
Mercury is likely to rise in Upper, Central Sindh, and Southern Punjab, including Balochistan. As a result, daytime temperatures are expected to be 6 to 8 degrees above normal.
Scorching weather can lead to water shortages in reservoirs, vegetables, and orchards.