Heavy Rainfall and Floods Expected Across Pakistan in Next 48 Hours: Met Office

Another spell of torrential rainfall and subsequent flooding is expected in the next 48 hours all over the country, according to Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD).

PMD has predicted the intensity of the current Monsoon spell to reduce after 48 hours as well.


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In this regard, the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has issued a red alert for Nullah Lai as Punjab will receive heavy downpour in the next 2 days.

NDMA has also issued a warning and an evacuation order for the population residing along River Jhelum near Mangla Dam.

A high flood is also expected in River Jhelum near Mangla Dam and River Chenab near Marala, Qadirabad, and Khanki headworks within the next 36 hours.

It is worth mentioning here that PMD had warned of unusually high rainfall during this year’s Monsoon season back in June.


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It had predicted that Sindh and Azad Jammu & Kashmir regions would receive 20% more rainfall than normal.

It had directed governments of both Sindh and Azad Jammu & Kashmir to undertake precautionary measures to avoid loss of life and property during the monsoon season.

Besides, PMD had also predicted high floods in the western rivers along with urban flooding in cities and flash floods in hilly regions.


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