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NDMA predicts more rains, urban flooding in monsoon  

NDMA predicts more rains, urban flooding in monsoon  

NDMA predicts more rains, urban flooding in monsoon  

NDMA predicts more rains, urban flooding in monsoon  

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ISLAMABAD:  The National Disaster Management Authority(NDMA) has indicated the possibility of more rains and warned for urban flooding in monsoon.

According to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), the current monsoon system is likely to affect Sindh within 24 hours. This system may affect Kashmore, Karachi, Hyderabad, Thatta, Umarkot, Badin, Mithi and Tharparkar.

NDMA said that rains may cause local urban flooding, moderate flooding in rivers, residents of low-lying areas should be prepared to deal with the possible flood situation, residents of two or four areas should follow the instructions of local authorities. The people should download ‘Pak NDMA Disaster Alert’ mobile app for timely alerts.

On the other hand, a meeting of the Senate Standing Committee on Climate Change was held under the chairmanship of Senator Sherry Rehman, in which Chairman NDMA while briefing the committee said that the temperature in June and July was higher than before, due to global warming every Year temperature is increasing.

According to Chairman NDMA, there is a severe pressure in the Arabian Sea, there is a possibility of more rains in the monsoon due to the pressure of the air, the spell of the monsoon is likely to enter Pakistan from India. He predicted that there is possibility of heavy rain in some places in first week of July.

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he chairman further said that there is a forecast of rains in the second and third week of July, rains are likely in all four provinces in July and August. The rainy weather is likely to hit Punjab in the second and third weeks of July while there are chances of rains in Sindh in the second and fourth weeks of July.

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Chairman NDMA said that equipment of meteorological department is outdated and PMD is not updated for 10-10 days while NDMA website is updated on daily basis. The instruments are not updated, huge funds are needed to update the instruments of Meteorological Department.

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