Karachi: The city is expected to experience hot and dry weather in the next 3 days, with temperatures reaching up to 37 degrees. According to the meteorological department, the influence of Balochistan’s hot desert winds is likely to cause intense sunlight and dry weather during this period, though the lower humidity levels will prevent the heat from being unusually intense. The coastal winds may remain inactive during the morning to afternoon, but there is an expectation of the southwest sea breeze returning in the evening. The temperature is expected to remain between 35 to 37 degrees Celsius during this time, with rural areas of Sindh also experiencing heat. The highest recorded temperature in Karachi was 36.5 degrees Celsius on Monday, while the region of Mati in Sindh reached a maximum temperature of 39.3 degrees.