Clouds will thunder and rain in Karachi today

A low pressure system from Balochistan will enter Sindh today, resulting in thundershowers in the province including Karachi.

According to ARY News, another westerly wind system entering through Iran will affect most parts of Balochistan, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit-Baltistan.

A low pressure rain system from Balochistan will enter Sindh today, as a result of which there is a possibility of thundershowers across the province including Karachi today.

In this regard, the Department of Meteorology says that there will be light rain during the day and heavy rain in the evening in the city of Quaid

According to the Department of Meteorology, it is partly cloudy in Karachi in the morning while the temperature is 21 degrees Celsius. Day temperature is likely to be between 24 and 26 degrees Celsius.

It should be noted that following the forecast of the Meteorological Department, the Sindh government has imposed a rain emergency across the province, while the official and semi-official offices of the Karachi division have announced a half-day holiday today.

In this regard, the Sindh government has directed to close all the offices of the corporation, local councils in the notification at 2 pm. However, this notification will not apply to those performing basic and emergency duties.

The education department has also announced a holiday in all educational institutions in the evening shift across Sindh in view of the weather conditions.

It should be noted that this western wind system has predicted rain and hail in most parts of the country, while there is a possibility of snowfall in the mountains.

The National Disaster Management Authority has issued an alert regarding possible rains and snowfall, according to NDMA heavy rains may cause flooding in Karachi, Hyderabad, Gwadar, Peshawar, Mardan.

In view of the situation, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has imposed a rain emergency in the province and has put all local bodies, administrations and hospitals on high alert.

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