Infostani International: Heavy rain in Karachi on Feb 3-4, spreading to Sindh. The new system brings cold and downpours. Punjab faces water stress despite rain. Nationwide, stable, cold, and dry next week; icy in Punjab.
Karachi: Heavy Rainfall Forecast with Thunderstorms Ahead
The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) announced on Thursday that Karachi is expected to receive more rainfall on February 3 and 4, with the possibility of heavy falls in certain areas accompanied by thunder. The Met department mentioned that a new western disturbance is likely to enter Balochistan on Thursday, bringing heavy showers to the port city in the following days.
The upcoming weather system is also anticipated to result in downpours in the rural districts of Sindh, including Jamshoro, Dadu, Larkana, and Qamber Shahdadkot on February 2 and 3. Additionally, Tando Muhammad Khan, Tharparkar, and Thatta may experience rain a day later.
Karachi: Cold and Cloudy Today, Punjab Faces Water Stress
Today, Karachi can expect partly cloudy weather, with north-easterly winds from Balochistan expected to intensify the cold in the port city. In Punjab, the PMD noted that rainfed areas will continue to face water stress conditions even after the anticipated downpours next week due to persistent dry and cold weather. It is recommended that citizens utilize water sparingly.
According to the PMD advisory, stable weather conditions will prevail, leading to cold and dry weather in most parts of the country during the next week. Icy weather conditions are likely to persist in the plains of Punjab throughout the next week.