Karachi: The Meteorological Bureau has issued a warning that a tropical cyclone that will be developed in the Arabian Sea on May 16 is about to come and fishermen are required to avoid entering deep waters.
According to data from the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), by May 14, low-pressure areas may develop over the Arabian Sea and may turn into a tropical cyclone on May 16.
It said: “The Tropical Cyclone Center of the Bureau of Meteorology is closely monitoring the development of the weather.” So far, the country’s coastal areas have not been threatened by any possible cyclones.
However, the office meeting has asked the fishermen to avoid entering the deep water area.
The office where the meeting was held yesterday said in the weather alert that strong winds were observed in Karachi with wind speeds of 20 kilometers per hour. The conference office said that strong winds were blowing southwest of the southwest port city, restricting visibility.
In otherwise hot and humid weather in the city maximum temperature could soar to 38 ºCelsius.
The weather department has forecast extremely hot and dry weather conditions in most parts of Sindh with likely rainfall in Sukkur, Larkana, Jacobabad, and Shaheed Benazirabad districts on Tuesday and Wednesday.