Strong sea winds blew at a speed of 41 kilometers per hour throughout Tuesday, creating moderate weather conditions in Karachi. The maximum temperature recorded in the city was 35.1 degrees Celsius. Meanwhile, in rural Sindh, Shaheed Benazirabad experienced the highest temperature of the day, reaching 43.5 degrees Celsius.

According to the Early Warning Centre of the Meteorological Department, Karachi is expected to continue experiencing hot and humid weather for the next three days, with maximum temperatures ranging between 34 and 36 degrees Celsius. The humidity levels may rise up to 80 percent. While sea breezes are expected to persist, their speed might decrease slightly. Most parts of the province are likely to have hot and dry conditions.

Several districts in rural Sindh, including Shaheed Benazirabad, remained under the grip of intense heat on Tuesday, with the mercury soaring to 35.1 degrees Celsius. The Meteorological Department also forecasts that the weather in this month may vary between moderate conditions and periods of hot and humid weather. The pre-monsoon season is expected to commence from June 1 and last until mid-June, followed by the onset of the monsoon season starting from July 1.

It is worth noting that the Meteorological Department has predicted relatively low monsoon rainfall for Sindh, including Karachi, this year.

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