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Possibility of Rain in Various Cities of Pakistan in the Next 24 Hours

Islamabad: In the next 24 hours, there is a high possibility of thunderstorms, strong winds, and continuous rainfall in various parts of Pakistan, including Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan, Punjab, Kashmir, and Gilgit-Baltistan. Moreover, there is also an expectation of snowfall in the northern regions. This includes the federal capital Islamabad.

According to the Meteorological Department, the series of rainfall is expected to continue until April 20. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, most parts of the country will experience dry weather, while in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan, Islamabad, Punjab, Kashmir, and Gilgit-Baltistan, rapid winds, thunderstorms, and continuous rainfall with hailstorms are predicted.

It is noteworthy that on Sunday several areas of Karachi experienced rainfall accompanied by thunderstorms, including Mauripur, North Karachi, Gulistane-e-Johar, Saddar, Soldier Bazar, Airport, and Clifton. The highest precipitation was observed in Surjani Town at 34 millimeters, followed by 21.2mm in Nazimabad, 20mm in Gulshan-e-Hadid, and 19mm in Faisal Base, Sharea Faisal, and Keamari.

Additionally, rainfall measurements included 18mm in Masroor Base, 17mm in Korangi, and 15.7mm in University Road. Other areas received varying amounts of rainfall, such as 15.1mm in Old Airport, 15mm in Saadi Town and North Karachi, and 14.4mm in Orangi Town.

Further, rainfall was recorded at 13mm in Saddar, 12mm in Malir, 5.5mm in Defence Housing Society (DHA), and 5mm in Quaidabad. The Jinnah Terminal reported the lowest rainfall at 1.2mm, according to the Meteorological Office.

In Naya Nazimabad, the ceiling and walls of a house were damaged due to a lightning strike, but there were no reported casualties.

It is worth noting that the relentless onslaught of heavy rains and thunderstorms has left a trail of devastation across Pakistan, claiming the lives of twelve more individuals on Sunday alone, adding to the escalating death toll that has now soared to 39 across multiple provinces. The calamitous weather conditions have wreaked havoc on homes, infrastructure, and livelihoods, particularly in the provinces of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, and Balochistan.

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