Mixed up weather

Inspirex just posted about Karachi’s weather and how the dreaded humidity is back. Me, I’m more surprised at the bewildering change – it was freaking hot and humid last night, but when I walked out of the house this morning, there’s a chilly wind blowing around, which made me realize that carrying a shawl was the best thing to do. Everyone – BEWARE! This mix and match of weather conditions can be extremely harmful to your health, so just stay bundled up to prevent the dreaded flu from attacking you.

4 Comments so far

  1. zain (unregistered) on January 17th, 2006 @ 10:49 am

    Yeah I noticed it too and I was like…. But its excellent if the sardi comes back. Shisha and coffee… ufff


  2. tanzila (unregistered) on January 17th, 2006 @ 3:59 pm

    I think it was Ibn-Insha who wrote in one his pieces that Karachi is the sort of place where a person wearing a sweater in the morning would die from dehydration and exposure to heat in the afternoon. i have shed the shawl i was wearing in the morning and now in a sweater, which i would take off after sometimes….


  3. Inspirex (unregistered) on January 17th, 2006 @ 4:59 pm

    I couldnt agree more with Huma…
    one has to be very careful when the weather changes with such frequency….

    but i noticed one thing….though its dry and windy…..but while driving, you still tend to melt!!!

    btw….some radio station i was listening to also said that the humidity is at 86%….must have been yesterdays!
    :P


  4. farhan (unregistered) on February 27th, 2006 @ 11:07 pm

    hi i am farhan from karachi raise and grown up in klarachi now for studies i am in london since 2004 but what i realized that karachi is the only city where i can live again since the day i left i am like a person who is parted with you know some special evnironment like fish out of water ,same condition i am going thro but karachi is karachi and i miss it i will comeback definitely and start to live everyday..inshallah



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