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Heavy rain forecast in Punjab, KP and Balochistan

Monsoon rains will continue till July 30

Heavy rain forecast in Punjab, KP and Balochistan

Monsoon rains are continuing intermittently across the country. Torrential rains have been predicted in Punjab, KP, and Balochistan today and tomorrow. According to the Meteorological Department, the monsoon rains will continue till July 30.

Due to the monsoon rains, there is a risk of flooding in rivers and landslides in mountainous areas.

Heavy monsoon rains continue in Azad Kashmir. Due to the rain, many feeders tripped as the electricity system was affected. Electricity supply was affected due to the rain in Muzaffarabad city and its surroundings.

In Kohlu, due to heavy rains late at night, the vehicle got swept away in the flood plain due to flooding in the rivers, but two persons were rescued. The communication road was closed in Rehmanabad and Kahan.

According to the meteorological department, it will remain cloudy in Islamabad today. There is a risk of submergence in low-lying areas and landslides in mountainous areas. There is a risk of flooding in the rain-fed rivers of Dera Ghazi Khan, while there is a possibility of rain in Dir, Chitral, Swat, Shangla, Buner, and Abbottabad.

The meteorological department says that rain with thunder is expected in Mansehra, Haripur. Clouds will rain in Kohistan, Malakand, Peshawar, Mardan, and Swabi, while there is a possibility of cloudy rain in Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan.

In Balochistan, there may be rain in Zhob, Shirani, Qila Saifullah, and Barkhan.

The weather will remain hot and humid in most of the districts of Sindh. Chance of rain has been indicated in Sukkur, Jacobabad, Larkana, and Shaheed Benazirabad.

Last day, various areas of the country including Lahore were drenched by rain, heavy rainfall occurred in various areas of Karachi late at night, and low-lying areas were inundated due to heavy rain in Lahore.

According to the Meteorological Department, the highest rainfall was recorded in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa during the last 24 hours, 106 mm in Takht Bai and 94 mm in Mardan.

65 mm at Nishtar Town in Lahore, 35 mm at Bokra, 29 mm at Zero Point in Islamabad, 48 mm at Kachhari, and 40 mm at Chaklala in Rawalpindi, while the highest rainfall in Balochistan was recorded at Muslim Bagh at 38 mm.

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