Heavy rain lashes Karachi as PMD forecasts extra rains

Picture displaying a site visitors warden giving instructions to automobiles amid rain on the streets of Karachi. Screengrab by way of Geo Information/ file   

KARACHI: A number of areas of the port metropolis on Wednesday acquired heavy rains because the fourth monsoon spell hit the metropolis.

The areas that acquired rains embody II Chundrigar Street, Shah Faisal Colony, Saddar, Malir, Quaidabad, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Gulistan-e-Johar and Karachi airport.

Based on knowledge launched by the Pakistan Meteorological Division (PMD), Quaidabad acquired the very best quantity of rainfall (32mm) adopted by PAF Faisal Base and Surjani City (26mm), Jinnah Worldwide Airport (25mm), Gadap City (23.4mm) and Saddar (15mm).

In the meantime, the heavy rain additionally hampered the movement of site visitors within the metropolitan metropolis. The rainwater inundated a number of low-lying areas and roads within the port metropolis.

Climate professional forecasts torrential rains

Heavy to very heavy rains are anticipated in Karachi from August 11 to 14 underneath the affect of the fourth monsoon spell, forecast eminent climate analyst Jawad Memon earlier within the day. 

He maintained that the low-pressure system penetrating in central and southern elements of the nation has intensified right into a melancholy and is prone to generate torrential rains within the port metropolis through the forecast interval. Jawad Memon famous that the rain-bearing system is heading in the direction of Sindh.

“One other low-pressure system is prevailing over Gujrat and a hyperlink is being established between the 2 techniques,” he added.

Along with this, the climate professional stated that reasonable to heavy rains are anticipated in several areas of the port metropolis at the moment.

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