Pakistan has suffered as a result of global warming. And you saw that last year when Karachi was underwater during the monsoon season. This year\’s trend is expected to continue. FOUR of the top 10 hottest areas in the world now are located in Pakistan. So, here are the top 7 the hottest place in Pakistan right now. Also, whether you live there or want to visit, be sure you are prepared. In comparison to other cities, the central area of Pakistan is quite hot the case anymore now that evening approaches. But this was the case during noon.
1 – Sindh
The city of Sindh, which is closer to Balochistan in the north, has had the highest ever maximum temperature of 53 degrees Celsius, recorded in 1919.
2 – Nok kundi
Nokkundi is ranked second in the world, with a temperature of 48 degrees Celsius. The first spot is designated for a Kuwaiti city. Nokkundi is a township in the Balochistan province.
3 – Mohenjo Daro
The highest temperature ever recorded in Pakistan was 53 degrees centigrade on 26th May 2010. It was the highest temperature recorded, but it was the highest temperature ever recorded in Asia.
4 – Jacobabad
Jacobabad was the hottest place in Pakistan. Sindh had a city on the list as well. Jacobabad made the list of the world\’s hottest cities with a temperature of 46.4 degrees. And it was ranked fourth in Pakistan. Of course, it may not be the case anymore now that evening approaches. But this was the case during noon.
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5 – Sibi
Balochistan may not have been on the list of the world\’s hottest places, but that doesn\’t mean it wasn\’t hot. In fact, it is arguably Pakistan\’s 5th hottest location. Today\’s high temperature in the town was 45 degrees Celsius.
6 – Peshawar
Peshawar, in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, is the hottest place in Pakistan. It was also 48 degrees outside. Today, the city of Qissa Khuwani bazaar feels as though it is immediately under the sun. Keep yourself hydrated.
7 – Dal Bandin
Another region of Balochistan with a temperature of 47.4 degrees is Dal Bandin. It is considered the hottest place in Pakistan.
You should be aware of the health risks that come with severely hot temperatures. If you weren\’t already aware, the recent changes in Pakistan\’s climate should have alerted you. So all we can say is exercise caution when venturing out.