The Meteorological Department has predicted monsoon from the beginning of July. The Meteorological Department says that there is a possibility of normal or low rainfall during the onset of monsoon. The monsoon will continue from July to September, during which the northern areas Slightly above normal rains are expected in I. Met department says that temperatures during monsoon are likely to be normal or above normal. Heavy rains may lead to urban and flash flooding, while upper KP, Kashmir and Melting of glaciers in Gilgit-Baltistan is likely to increase water flow in rivers.
Weather Forecast In Pakistan June 2023
The weather will remain hot in most of the plains of the country, while the mercury will reach 39 degrees in Lahore. In Islamabad, Peshawar and Karachi, the temperature has been predicted to go up to 36 degrees and Quetta to 34 degrees.
Officials of the Meteorological Department say that due to this system, there may be heavy rains in some places and hailstorms in some places and there will be a risk of wind and lightning when a thunderstorm is formed. 90% of the areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are likely to receive rain under the influence of this system. Yes, there may be storm and hailstorm in different parts of the province, while there is a risk of landslides in the mountainous areas, apart from this, there is a possibility of heavy rain and hailstorm in some places in 90% of the areas of Punjab. Areas are also prone to urban flooding.
On April 28, a strong and prolonged westerly system may cause localized cloud formation over coastal areas, the said system may remain in effect till May 7. A circulation has also formed in the Arabian Sea near Iran, due to which there is a possibility of good rain in the coastal areas of Sindh and Baluchistan, in different districts of Sindh, there may be heavy rains and heavy rains in some places, and hailstorms may also occur. There will also be a risk of wind and lightning.
Weather Forecast In Karachi Pakistan 2023
On April 27, a new powerful western system will enter Balochistan, as a result of which there may be thunder and lightning rains in Karachi on April 28, while heavy rains are expected in different districts of Balochistan, the effects of the western system will cause moderate and heavy rains in other cities of the country.
On Tuesday, the city recorded a maximum temperature of 36.8 degrees Celsius, with the humidity rising to 42 per cent, which remained hot during the afternoon. On the other hand, there is a risk of rain in 80 to 90 percent areas of Balochistan and flash flooding in hilly areas.
The current partial heat wave in Karachi may continue till Wednesday, after the effects of north-westerly winds in Balochistan disappear from Thursday, the weather is likely to gradually improve and the intensity of heat will decrease.