The Meteorological Office has issued a forecast indicating the arrival of another spell of rain in Rawalpindi, Islamabad, and several regions across the country, starting from Tuesday night. The rainy conditions are expected to continue until July 23, accompanied by intermittent periods of rainfall.
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Authorities have issued a warning to provincial departments, cautioning them about the potential risk of urban flooding. The arrival of monsoon currents from the Arabian Sea is projected to enter the upper and central parts of Pakistan, commencing on the night of July 18 and potentially intensifying further on July 19.
While the rainfall brings much-needed relief from the scorching summer heat, it also raises concerns about potential flooding in urban areas. The public is advised to take necessary precautions and stay updated with weather updates and official instructions.
Local authorities and disaster management agencies are urged to remain vigilant and implement preventive measures to mitigate the impact of heavy rainfall and minimize any potential damage. Efforts should be focused on ensuring the safety and well-being of residents, particularly in low-lying and vulnerable areas.
It is essential for residents to exercise caution while traveling during the rainy period and avoid areas prone to flooding. The timely dissemination of information and coordination among relevant departments and emergency services will play a crucial role in effectively managing any potential risks associated with the rainfall.
The Meteorological Office will continue to monitor the weather conditions and provide regular updates to keep the public informed and prepared. It is advised to stay tuned to official announcements and follow the guidelines provided by local authorities during this period of anticipated rainfall.