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  • Heavy rain brings down temperature

    PESHAWAR: The heavy downpour sent the temperature down in several parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Tuesday ending the weeklong hot and dry spell...

    The Met Office put the maximum temperature in the city at 36 degree Celsius and humidity in the air at 51 per cent...

  • Protests in Karachi as power outages continue despite high temperature, Ramazan

    In a statement, the prime minister's office said the meeting focused on “urgent measures” to reduce power cuts during Ramazan, which coincides this year with summer temperatures forecast in some regions at around 40 degrees Celsius...

    Its forecast on Tuesday says the hot and dry weather will continue throughout the week across the country, including in Sindh where 1,233 people died from the heat in 2015...

  • City temperature down to 37°C as sea breeze returns

    The sky remained partly cloudy on Thursday and the maximum temperature was 37 degrees Celsius, said a Met official, with similar weather expected on Friday...

    Responding to queries by Dawn, the Met official said that the minimum temperature in the city on Thursday was 30 degrees Celsius and humidity — a measure of the amount of moisture in the air — was 65 per cent...

  • Karachi stays cool as temperature rises in interior of Sindh

    KARACHI: While most towns in the upper and central parts of the province remained in the grip of scorching heat on Thursday, the metropolis being a coastal city receiving relatively cool sea breeze remained pleasant with the highest temperature being 35 degrees Celsius — two degrees less than Wednesday’s temperature, said a Met official...

    Responding to Dawn queries the Met official said the minimum temperature recorded in the...

  • Political temperature up ahead of Bilawal’s visit to Badin

    BADIN: The top Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leadership had a hectic day on Monday as it prepared for the most crucial election rally by party chairman, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari’s visit to Badin, which has become a political battlefield with the rival Arbab group and another anti-PPP force led by former home minister Zulfikar Ali Mirza employing all available resources to rout the PPP in this district...

  • World headed for 2.7 Celsius temperature hike: analysis

    1 C forecast issued in September by Climate Action Tracker (CAT), a tool developed by a quartet of research bodies...

    The latest forecast includes estimated numbers for India, the world’s fourth-largest greenhouse gas polluter — extrapolated from public statements as the country has not yet filed a formal contribution...

  • Rabbani for dialogue to lower political temperature

    ISLAMABAD: Visibly upset over the ongoing confrontation between the ruling party and the judiciary, Senate Chairman Raza Rabbani on Thursday called for initiating dialogue among state institutions “to lower the temperature” as senators from different parties, including those sitting on the opposition benches, expressed their dismay over the Supreme Court’s latest judgement removing Nawaz Sharif from the office of PML-N president...

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  • 'Nawabshah may have endured the highest ever temperature recorded in April on Earth'

    Nawabshah (Shaheed Benazirabad) may have endured the highest temperature ever recorded on Earth in the month of April, The Washington Post reported on Tuesday, quoting a French meteorologist and an expert on weather extremes...

    Read: How Sindh is struggling to respond to climate change challengesEtienne Kapikian, a meteorologist at Meteo France, posted on Twitter that the temperature recorded in the city on Apr 30 was the highest ever...

  • Earth's temperature likely marks hottest decade on record: report

    The past decade is almost certain to be the hottest on record, weather experts warned on Tuesday, painting a bleak picture of vanishing sea ice, devastating heatwaves and encroaching seas in a report launched at a climate summit in Spain...

    An annual assessment of the Earth's climate by the Geneva-based World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) underscored the stakes at two weeks of talks aimed at shoring up the 2015 Paris Agreement to...
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