KARACHI: The current spell of rain is forecasted to intensify within the next 24 hours in Sindh with Karachi receiving moderate to heavy rainfall in various parts.
As per the latest advisory issued by the Pakistan Meteorological Department, apart from Karachi, Thatta, Nausheroferoz, Badin, Jamshoro, Kambar Shahdad Kot, Dadu, Sanghar and Larkana districts are also expected to receiving moderate to heavy rainfall within the next 24 hours.
Moreover, an additional warning of urban flooding escalating in Karachi was also issued with heavy rainfall expected within the ranges of 50-70mm during the period of 4:00PM on Thursday till 12:00PM on Friday.
Earlier, the PMD on August 26 had predicted a wave of heavy rainfall in the city for August 28 and 29 (Wednesday and Thursday).
This is the third spell of rain to hit the city this monsoon season. However, as per predictions by the Met office, it will not be as intense as the last two spells.
Rainfall (mm) during last 24 hrs:
North Karachi 55, Saddar, Jinnah Terminal 42, Model Observatory 38, Landhi, Kemari, Sarjani 32, Old area 29, PAF Faisal 27,Nazimabad 26, PAF Masroor 02
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