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Hottest City in the World: Pakistan Weather Update: The Temperature Of Jacobabad In Pakistan Has Crossed 51 Degree Celsius Making It The Hottest Place In The World In 2022 Mercury crosses 51 degrees, Jacobabad becomes the hottest area in the world

Hottest City in the World: Pakistan Weather Update: The Temperature Of Jacobabad In Pakistan Has Crossed 51 Degree Celsius Making It The Hottest Place In The World In 2022  Mercury crosses 51 degrees, Jacobabad becomes the hottest area in the world
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Hottest City in the World: Pakistan Weather Update: The Temperature Of Jacobabad In Pakistan Has Crossed 51 Degree Celsius Making It The Hottest Place In The World In 2022  Mercury crosses 51 degrees, Jacobabad becomes the hottest area in the world

Islamabad: The sun is continuously raining fire from the sky. The condition is that now-a-days people are avoiding going out on the road. In India, people are troubled by the heat. In Pakistan also it has broken all the records. The mercury reached 51 degree Celsius in Jacobabad, Pakistan on Saturday. Experts say that this is the hottest temperature of 2022 in the whole world. This was more than the 50.7 degree Celsius recorded in Australia.

Meteorologists have warned about this and said that people are not going to get any relief right now. In the coming days, the temperature will remain above 50 degree Celsius. Officials have warned that people do not go out unnecessarily, the risk of getting sick is high. Along with this, there may also be a shortage of water in large quantities.
above average temperature
According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department, the temperature in May was well above the average. The average temperature in May in Jacobabad is 43.8 degree Celsius. Pakistan’s Karachi city also recorded the hottest day of the last decade on Saturday. According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department, the temperature in Karachi reached 42.8 degrees Celsius on Saturday.

There may be a decrease in the yield of crops
As the summer heats up, Pakistan’s Punjab State Irrigation spokesman Adnan Hasan said that this year there has been a lot of rain and snow, due to which the water in the Indus river has reduced by 65 percent. Sheep are also dying due to heavy heat in Punjab’s Cholistan. This area provides maximum wheat to Pakistan. But this year there is also a fear of reduction in crop yield due to heat.

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