Infostani Sources- Climate updates, The Meteorological Department has forecasted rain in the upper regions of the country. As well as snowfall in the mountains in the coming hours. According to the department, there is a chance of rain accompanied by thunder in the upper regions. Also snowfall in the mountains. Moreover, various plains in Punjab. Also, Sindh is expected to experience persistent fog. As well as smog in the morning.
Over the next 24 hours, there is a likelihood of thundershowers. Also snowfall in upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit Baltistan, Kashmir, Islamabad, and the Potohar region. Certain areas anticipate hailstorms, while other parts of the country will likely experience dry weather.
This weather pattern is expected to bring forth a leader. Karachi is likely to experience light rain, along with wind and thunder, this evening. The rain may persist in the city until Sunday. The Early Warning Center of the Meteorological Department predicts the possibility of light to moderate rain with thunderstorms in Tarat City and its suburbs this evening, as westerly winds gradually enter southwest Balochistan.
Furthermore, the Meteorological Department suggests that some parts of the city may experience rain with thunder and lightning on Sunday. Rain is also in the forecast for Thar Parkar, Umarkot, Badin, Thatt, and Mirpur Khas districts in rural Sindh on Sunday. The night is expected to be both dry and rainy.
The city recorded a minimum temperature of 18.5 degrees Celsius. Also a maximum temperature of 31.1 degrees Celsius yesterday, as reported by the Meteorological Department.
Addressing Climate Change and Food Security: Government Initiatives and Priorities
Caretaker Federal Minister for Planning Mohammad Sami Saeed asserted that the government. Operating within the Special Investment Facilitation Council’s (SIFC) framework for food security and climate change challenges is actively addressing the pressing issues. Speaking at the 26th City Nabeel Development Conference themed “Effects of Climate Change on Food in Pakistan,” he acknowledged the government’s awareness of the climate crisis and outlined numerous initiatives undertaken through the SIFC, with a focus on agriculture as a pivotal sector within the council.
Saeed underscored the importance of adopting strategies advocated by experts, emphasizing the government’s commitment to enhancing production using international best practices. Additionally, he welcomed foreign investment in the corporate agriculture sector as a means to bolster growth. The minister highlighted the government’s dedication to monitoring food prices through various committees and surveys, aiming to ensure fair pricing and combat inflation.
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