The heat wave in the country has left people exhausted, with mercury hovering above 40 degrees in many cities, and three Pakistani cities on the list of the world’s warmest cities.
The highest temperature of 48 degrees Celsius was recorded in Peshawar, while the temperature in Lahore was 44 degrees and 50 degrees.
The heat of 43 degrees in Islamabad made people sweat, while 41 degrees was also recorded in Quetta.
The heat in Karachi was lower than other cities, with a temperature of 35 degrees.
In the list of hottest cities in 24 hours, Nokondi was ranked second, Peshawar third and Dalbandin fourth.
According to the US Meteorological Agency, the Kuwaiti city of Nuwaiseeb ranks first with a temperature of 48.9.