KARACHI: Widespread rain and thundershower with heavy falls is expected in different parts of Sindh today (Monday), said a report issued by the Pakistan Meteorological Department on Sindh.
It was reported that the well marked low pressure registered on Saturday has entered eastern Sindh and its adjoining areas with all chances to cause heavy rains.This well marked low pressure is likely to start weakening on Tuesday, however, in the meantime strong monsoon currents would continue to penetrate in the province and may cause heavy rain in urban areas besides flash flooding in the vulnerable areas.
The meteorological department has advised all concerned authorities to remain alert during next two days. Meanwhile on Saturday, 67.5mm rainfall was recorded at Chhore (Tharparkar), 58.00 mm in Thatta, 52.2 mm in Hyderabad 47 mm in Larkana,24.5 mm in Nawabshah, 22.0 mm in Mirpurkhas, 4.0 mm in Sukkur and Mithi respectively, 3.7 mm in Karachi as well as at Jacobabad, 3.0 in Rohri and 2.0mm in Dadu. – PT