Karachi is experiencing hot weather today (Sunday) as temperature rose to 39 Celsius degrees.
The weather would remain hot from Sunday till Tuesday, Met Office said on Saturday.
While cricket fever has gripped Karachiites ahead of Pakistan Super League (PSL) final, the Met Office forecast said the mercury in the city would go up to 36 and 38 degrees Celsius between Sunday and Tuesday.
The final of the third edition of the PSL would be played on Sunday at the National Cricket Stadium.
Met Office Director Shahid Abbas says the temperature is not likely to cause much trouble for the citizens due to low humidity.
He says the the temperature would start decreasing due to sea breeze from Wednesday.
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