The Meteorological Department has predicted more than normal rains in Southeast Sindh in the month of September.
The warning of 20 to 30 percent more than normal monsoon rains in Sindh in September by the Meteorological Department sounded the alarm.
The Department of Meteorology has released the weather forecast for September, according to which there is a possibility of rains in some parts of the country as per normal and in some places more than normal.
According to the Meteorological Department, North East Punjab and Sindh are likely to receive more than normal rains, most parts of Kashmir, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan may receive normal or slightly more than normal rains.
The Department of Meteorology has said that there is a possibility of normal rains in Gilgit-Baltistan in September, however, there is a risk of flash floods in the hilly areas due to heavy rains in some places in Punjab, Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The Department of Meteorology says that there will be a risk of urban flooding in the plains of Punjab, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, but the risk of urban flooding will decrease in September.
The Meteorological Department also says that abundant water will be available in September for agriculture and energy sector, September rains will be good for Kharif crop.
According to DG Meteorological Department Mehr Sahibzad Khan, at least 2 more monsoon systems may bring heavy rains in Sindh in the month of September.
He has said that under these 2 systems, the flood situation in the province may worsen, while the country may receive 10 to 15 percent more rain than normal.
Mehr Sahibzad Khan has said that 2 monsoon systems may cause moderate to heavy rains in Southeast Sindh in September.
They say that as a result of these rains, urban flood situation may arise in Tharparkar, Umarkot, Badin and adjoining areas.
According to the Director General of the Meteorological Department, due to further rains and floods in the lower areas of Sindh, the situation may worsen after the flooding of the Indus River at Sukkur and Kotri Barrage locations.
He said that North East Punjab including Sialkot, Narowal and Lahore are also expected to receive more than normal rains in September.
The director general of the meteorological department also says that these areas may receive 10 to 15 percent more rain than normal in September.
According to the United Nations World Meteorological Organization, the monsoon season has been severe in Pakistan and North-West India this year.