KARACHI: The meteorological department of Pakistan has denied any threat of another heat wave in Pakistan including Karachi.
In its recent report it has predicted that climate in June will remain hot and dry in most parts of the country.
The persistent heatwave coinciding with the prolonged power outages have claimed at least 1100 lives in Sindh.
The hospitals had earlier refused to admit more patients into the medical facility due to lack of beds and facilities while the morgues had also ran out of space.
The maximum temperature is expected to be in the range of 45-47 degree centigrade in plain areas of South Punjab, Upper Sindh, Sibbi and Makran divisions.
Met Office further informed that one more spell of scattered rain/thundershowers is expected in upper parts of the country during the coming week.
The hottest temperatures were recorded at Turbat 48°C, Sibbi 45°C, Lasbella, Shaheed Benazirabad, Nokkundi, Moenjodaro 44°C.