Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Rain forcasted by NDMA in upper regions from today

Rain forcasted by NDMA in upper regions from today

Rain forcasted by NDMA in upper regions from today

Weather Update; Isolated rains expected in Lahore, Punjab

Advertisement
  • NDMA forecasts rainfall from May 28 to June.
  • Risk of landslides and floods in hilly regions.
  • Karachi’s weather will remain warm and humid.
Advertisement

Amidst the ongoing intense heatwave, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) announced on Tuesday a prediction of rainfall starting from today (May 28) until June.

The NDMA representative stated that the northern areas might experience rain accompanied by wind and thunderstorms, and there’s a possibility of landslides disrupting roadways and traffic in hilly regions.

“The likelihood of floods in the local waterways and channels is heightened due to the anticipated rainfall in the elevated zones,” the spokesperson mentioned, noting that the relevant local agencies are on high alert to manage the potential floods and landslides.

Furthermore, the district authorities have received instructions to relocate individuals from informal settlements to more secure locations.

“The wind may cause harm to agricultural fields, power lines, and various infrastructures,” he expressed.

In addition, a weather expert informed a local news channel on Monday that there’s a chance of precipitation in certain northern parts of the country from today until June 1.

Advertisement

The forecast anticipates a storm hitting Karachi, Thatta, Sajawal, Badin, and Hyderabad between May 30 and 31, the analyst added, mentioning that gusty, warm, and arid winds are expected to sweep in from the northwest at speeds ranging from 25 to 40 kilometers per hour.

Karachi’s Weather Outlook

According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department’s latest update, Karachi’s climate is expected to stay warm and muggy over the next day, with the potential for vigorous winds.

The city’s peak temperature is predicted to hover between 36°C and 38°C, while the humidity level is anticipated to be around 75%.

Also Read

Departments to remain alert during heatwave: PDMA
Departments to remain alert during heatwave: PDMA

ISLAMABAD: Punjab Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) Technical Director Hamidullah Malik said that...

Advertisement
Advertisement
Read More News On

Catch all the Pakistan News, Breaking News Event and Latest News Updates on The BOL News


Download The BOL News App to get the Daily News Update & Follow us on Google News.


End of Article

Next Story