In a news statement, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) predicted heavy rainfall, wind, and thunderstorms for the period from September 15 to September 20 due to which long hot weather will be ended. The moderate monsoon currents coming from the Bay of Bengal. Which are anticipated to reach the higher portions of the country during this time. That what the Met Office has linked to this weather phenomena.
Heavy Rainfall Expected
The local streams and Nullahs may experience increased water flows as a result of the moderate to heavy rains that the Met Office has warned of. Insecure areas of Murree, Galliyat, Kashmir, GB, and other places are also at risk from landslides.
Additionally, a westerly wave is forecast to enter these regions on September 16 and intensify the weather. Kashmir. Gilgit-Baltistan (GB), Murree, Galliyat, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Peshawar, and countless more towns and districts. These are among the geographically extensive areas that are affected.
Farmers are requested to modify their crop activities accordingly due to this weather warning. While the visitors and travellers are admonished to use cautious at this time. So the tourists peoples and families made and manage their visit plans accordingly. The general population is also recommended to stay insid. During windstorms, lightning, and heavy rains because these weather conditions may harm buildings like solar panels and electric poles.
The public is advised to regularly check the Pakistan Meteorological Department’s official website for updates on the latest developments as all pertinent authorities have been placed on notice.