Many parts of Pakistan have been witnessing good Monsoon rains for the past few days. In fact, a few areas have also been observing a few heavy spells of rainfall as well. The last 24 hours have also been quite rainy for many parts.
In a span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Saturday, Kamra recorded 79 mm of rain, Islamkot 40 mm, Diplo 39 mm, Mithi 37 mm, Nagarparkar 33 mm, Chachro 32 mm, Mirpurkhas 25 mm, Malamjabba 28 mm, Kakul 18 mm, and Islamabad 9 mm.
These rainfall activities have been attributed to the presence of two weather systems in proximity of the region. One of them is the Western Disturbance in the Western Himalayas which has been giving rains over the hills of the Pakistan region, the other system is the low pressure area over Southeast Rajasthan and Gujarat region.
Now, as per weathermen at Skymet Weather, rains are likely to continue over parts of Pakistan in view of these weather system. As far as Karachi and Hyderabad are concerned, warm and humid weather with cloudy sky and isolated light rain is expected during the next 24 hours. An increase in rainfall activity over these areas is likely after 36-48 hours.
The reason for increase in areas of the Sindh province will be attributed to the shift of the low pressure area westwards. Light to moderate showers are likely over the hilly areas as well. Meanwhile, central parts of Pakistan is expected to remain dry and hot.
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