Another Fresh Spell of Spring Rains in Pakistan






Enjoy the Spring Season, but get ready for Rain Storms


Another Shower Spell in Pakistan (April 04 to 07): New Rainfall spell is now reaching to Baluchistan. This Rainfall system would intensify from early Saturday (05-04-2014) and cause moderate to heavy falls at many places of Baluchistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pubjab, Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir till next 48 hours.

Weather Update Baluchistan: This new rainy system cause heavy falls at Turbat, Khuzdar, and their adjoining southern & northern parts, these parts would expecting to get 80-100 mm of showers, while moderate to heavy rainfall would also expected to continue in Quetta during this spell.

Weather Update  for  Sindh: Isolated showers is also forecasting for upper Sindh with low intensity, including Larkana and Sukker during this spell. However partly cloudy & windy condition for major parts of Province.

NOTE: Mostly/Partly Cloudy Condition for Karachi with chances of Drizzle.


Weather Update for Punjab: From Saturday, this rainy spell will also spread  to many areas of Punjab with mostly cloudy & rainy condition including Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Multan, Sialkot and Gujranwala, while moderate to heavy rain showers may also occur at isolated place of Lower Punjab including Rahimyarkhan & Multan.

Weather Update for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Rain shower expected in major parts of KPK from early Saturday in Peshawar, Nohshera, Mardan and other parts of KPK till next 48 hours.

Weather Update Gilgit Baltistan and Kashmir:
 Moderate to heavy Rain/Snowfall expected in major parts of Gilgit Baltistan and Kashmir on Sunday/Monday.

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