Pakistan Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rainfall and thunderstorms in Karachi on Wednesday (in the mean time) under a system present throughout the south-east of the city.
Chief meteorologist Sardar Sarfaraz has notified that the outcomes of the system are extra prone to start fading tonight.
He moreover predicted that the following spell is extra prone to hit Karachi from the mid of July.
Light rain occurred in a number of areas on Tuesday. The highest heavy rainfall recorded was 2 millimeters in Landhi.
The Sindh Solid Waste Management Board (SSWMB) has imposed an emergency in wake of the continued spell of monsoon rain.
Daily Weather Update:
Hot and Humid local weather is anticipated in most parts of the nation all through day time on Wednesday. However, Rain/wind-thundershowers is anticipated in lower Sindh, Potohar space, North east Punjab, Upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Kashmir and adjoining areas.
A low stress area is present near coastal areas of Sindh and Balochistan. Weak Monsoon currents are penetrating northeastern parts of the nation.
Mainly Hot and Humid local weather is anticipated in most central and southern parts of the nation on Thursday. However, Rain/wind-thundershowers is anticipated in Upper Punjab, Upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan.
Rain/wind-thundershower occurred in Karachi, Upper Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Islamabad throughout the ultimate 24 hours. Weather remained scorching & humid in totally different parts of the nation.
Rainfall(mm): Kashmir: Rawalakot 08, Kotli 05 Punjab: Islamabad Zero degree 12, Golra 09, Bokra 04 Rawalpindi: Shamsabad 10, Faisalabad 01, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Drosh 08, Dir (Upper 04, Lower 02), Pattan 03, Kalam 02 Sindh: Karachi (Landhi, Jinnah Terminal 02, Gulshan-e-hadeed 01.
Yesterday’s Highest Maximum Temperature’s (°C): Mohenojodaro 46, Turbat 44(°C