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Pakistan records hottest day ever in Turbat area of Balochistan

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Citizens of Balochistan’s Turbat experienced the hottest day on record in Pakistan’s history, as the temperatures reached a maximum of 53.5 degrees Celsius on Sunday.

The temperature equaled the previous record measured on May 27, 2010 in Mohenjo Daro which broke a 12-year record of 53 degrees Celsius in Larkana on May 31, 1998, according to Pakistani daily The Express Tribune.

The highest maximum temperature ever recorded in Turbat reached 52 degrees Celsius.

According to Pakistan Meteorological Department, the hot and dry weather is likely to prevail for next couple of days, with no chance of rain in Sindh and Balochistan.