It is to be mentioned here that recent spell of monsoon rainfall has caused flooding in Malir River and rising level of the water swept away the filter wall of the spillway.
The Pakistan Meteorological Department (MET) on Monday predicted that a new system of monsoon rains is likely to enter the city from July 20.
ISLAMABAD: A fresh spell of monsoon rains is expected to hit Punjab, Azad Kashmir, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in next 48 hours, according to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD). The new wet spell will persist three to four days, as per the forecast. The Met department has forecast cloudy weather for Karachi with chances of light showers in the city. However, the weather in other parts of Pakistan will remain hot and humid as notified by the PMD officials. According to the weathermen, the monsoon…
LAHORE: The new spell of monsoon rains in the country lashed several localities of Lahore city on Friday morning, ARY News reported Davis Road, Samanabad, Canal Road, and Garden Town were among several other areas of the city receiving heavy rainfall. At 20mm, Samanabad received the maximum rainfall this morning, followed by Jail Road which received 19mm of rain while the other localities including Airport and Johar Town received 10mm of rainfall. Meantime, several other parts of the province including Gujranwala…
KARACHI: The weather turned pleasant in the metropolis after rain lashed several parts of the city on Wednesday afternoon, ARY News reported. The rainfall hit Saddar, Gushan-e-Maimar, Korangi, Malir, Gulistan-e-Johar, Malir, Gulishan-e-Hadeed and other areas. Also, with the first drop of rain, many areas plunged into darkness. Chief Meteorologist Tauseef Alam has said that the city would receive light rain during the next 24 hours. Hours ago, The Pakistan Metrological Department (PMD) had predicted that drizzle…
KARACHI: Karachi has plunged into darkness with the first spell of monsoon rain, while two children were electrocuted to death on Tuesday amid heavy rainfall, ARY News reported.
LAHORE: Heavy rain lashed different towns and cities of the Punjab including Lahore on Wednesday, killing at least four people and injuring 22 others in several rain-linked accidents.