Is Today Heavy Rain Expected in Karachi?

Record-Breaking Rainfall is Anticipated Across Pakistan, Including Karachi

The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) forecast torrential rains and thunderstorms over Pakistan, including Karachi, from April 16 to April 19 under a strong westerly system, following record-breaking rainfall that caused havoc in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
According to meteorologists, the same weather system that moved into the nation through Balochistan caused significant rainfall in Makran’s coastal regions after it passed through the Gulf nations.
Additionally, they predicted that from Wednesday night, the system will start to have an impact on Karachi and rural Sindh, but not as powerful as it did when it brought devastating downpours to the Gulf states, particularly the UAE.

Heavy Rain is Expected

From April 17 to April 19, severe rain is predicted in several regions of Sindh, including Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkur, Jacobabad, Kashmore, Larkana, Dadu, Qambar Shahdad Kot, Jamshoro, and Sanghar.
During the prediction period, travelers were cautioned by the Met Department to avoid making needless travel plans.
“All concerned authorities are advised to remain “ALERT” and take necessary measures to avoid any untoward situation during the forecast period.”

Stay Alert, Stay Safe

Last but not least, a friendly reminder to all the authorities out there: stay alert. The Met department wants everyone to take the necessary precautions to avoid any sticky situations during this forecast period. So, keep your eyes peeled and your emergency kits handy, folks. We’re in for a bit of a wild ride!

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