Unannounced power outages continue amid scorching heat in Balochistan

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QUETTA – High temperatures in different parts of province continue to irk locals while unannounced power outages have added to sufferings of the people.

According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), most of the parts will bear dry and hot climate in next 24 hours. The areas with highest temperature include Sibbi, Turbat and Dalbandin. The highest temperature recorded in these areas is 42 degrees Celsius.

Gawadar has 35 degrees Celsius temperature whereas 35 degrees in Kalat. Moreover, temperature in Khuzdar is 38 degrees, 39 in Lasbela, 43 in Nokhandi, 41 in Panchgor and 34 degrees Celsius in Pasni.

Provincial capital, Quetta’s highest temperature recorded is 36 degrees Celsius.

2015-07-09

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