Authorities in Karachi have issued a health alert, advising citizens to remain indoors and drink lots of water due to rising temperatures in the metropolitan, reported Waqt News on Tuesday.

Although the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has not issued any heatwave warning, temperatures are expected to soar in the coming days.

The city experienced one of the worst heatwaves in 2015 when temperatures reached a staggering 44 degrees Celsius (111 Fahrenheit), killing hundreds from heat stroke and heart-related complications.