Windstorm leaves several houses collapse in Sindh
THATTA—Fast blowing winds left several mud houses collapsed and disturbed the power supply system in Thatta and Sujawal districts of southern Sindh. The windstorm also caused disruption to the power supply system rooting out the electricity poles, a private news channel reported. The fishing boats returned back from the deep water to the coast after the stormy weather in the sea. The temperature dropped in the region due to gusty winds.
Sibi: The hottest plain station of the country faced highest maximum temperature 52 Centigrade on Thursday. The Met Office has forecast a dry and very hot weather for the region during next one to two days as hot wave will continue prevailing in hot stations including Sibi, Jacoabad, Larkana, Turbat and others where temperate would remain between 45 C to 50 C.
The highest maximum temperatures recorded in different areas of the prov- ince including 52 C in Sibi, 49 in Dera Murad Jamali 46 in Nokundi, 46 in Dalbandin, 45 in Turbat, 42 in Lasbela, 35 in Quetta, 30 in Ziarat and 39 in Gwadar.
On the other side, Thursday was another the hottest day for Nawabshah when the mercury climbed to 40 Degrees Celsius. The heat wave was continuing for several days while prolong load shedding has added to the miseries of general public specially those fasting.
Dadu: The spell of extreme hot weather continued for the third- day as the mercury rises to 48 degree Celsius here on Thursday. The people were forced to remain in-doors as hot wave continued till lowering of sun. Several patients of heat stroke were admitted at the city’s government and private hospitals. The doctors have advised the citizens to adopt necessary precautions to avoid hazards of heat wave while the elderly have especially been advised to avoid direct exposure to the sun.—APP