Rainfall Forcast in Some Districts Sindh By Met Office
KARACHI: The MET Office has predicted rain in Sindh’s eastern and southern districts under the influence of the westerly trough still persists over east Balochistan.
In the districts of Jamshoro, Dadu, Hyderabad, Badin, Tharparker, Umerkot, Thatta, Sujawal, Tando Muhammad Khan, and Tando Allayar today, the weather service has forecast sporadic rain-thunderstorms with gusty winds.
Everywhere else in the province, partly cloudy weather is predicted.
According to a report from the MET Office published yesterday, “the westerly wave is gradually moving towards southern Punjab region, (from Sindh).”
In an earlier forecast, the PMD stated that the sea breeze, which has a calming effect over Karachi, will probably return beginning this evening and that there will be no more chances of rain in the port city on Wednesday.
Pakistan has been listed as one of the 20 nations where above-normal rainfall is expected this year, according to Federal Minister for Climate Change Senator Sherry Rehman, who made the announcement on Saturday.
The Meteorological Department and NDMA expressed concern that there may be damage to standing crops, recently harvested crops, and new sowing due to the ongoing rains across the country until May 5,” Sherry Rehman continued.