ISLAMABAD: On Wednesday, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) issued a heat advisory for much of the nation.
In most sections of the nation, temperatures will rise steadily this week, the PMD said.
Synoptic conditions indicated that continental air was prevailing across most of the country, according to the weather report.
On Thursday, most of the country can expect mostly hot and dry weather, with temperatures becoming very hot in regions of upper Sindh and southern Punjab.
Temperatures have stayed high and dry across the country during the previous 24 hours.
In Jacobabad and Sakrand, the highest maximum temperatures were recorded in the previous 24 hours at 45 degrees Fahrenheit; Sakrand was followed by Chhor and Rahim Yar Khan at 45 degrees Fahrenheit (44C).