KARACHI: another moderate intensity cell have developed north north west region of Karachi the core is situated over hub / gadani region however outskirts of this cell might bring some more showers for city.
The long wait for the people is going to end very soon Inshah ALLAH. Now let us explain US what is actually going on and Why we see that situation is quite skeptical:
A Weak Circulation is likely to form over Central Gujrat.india Region is likely to stay over same vicinity however as monsoon is advancing towards Northern region of Gujrat,india Karachi including almost all areas of Sindh will come under Northern – Northwestern thrust effecting from 650hpa levels to 900hpa this is known as the PRE-CURSOR Effect of a UAC (explained in image below), Now since there is no actual UAC Directly effecting this region the situation is quite skeptical and there will be abrupt development of thunder cell over many areas of Sindh , as per our analysis we have marked the area of interest (possible spots of developments). Keeping all parameters intact the following forecast is made with 70% confidence level.
Warm and increasingly Humid, High of 34-36’C , Mostly Cloudy / Overcast , with an average Humidity of 60-70% There are upto 55% Chances of Drizzle / Passing Showers for the city specially northern regions (Nooriabad , bahria town , Gulshan e maymar) WATCH FOR STRONG CELL DEVELOPMENT OVER KHIRTHAR RANGE / HUB DAM CATCHMENT AREAS, BELA, UTHAL, ISLAMKOT , THARPARKER , THATTA , BADIN and Adjoining regions.
Since the situation is skeptical and explained in a simpler manner forecast for 29th June shall be issued after 12hrs Inshah ALLAH (For now expect some good falls). indeed ALLAH (S.W.T) Knows best.
Despite too much hype created on news and social media this is our forecast and it may differ by different members point of view , all views are respected.
we shall be updating on this upcoming events timely including our ever Famous Nowcasting Updates. Till then Hope and Pray for the best , May ALLAH bless us with blissful Rains in coming days and fulfill our needs of Water.
meanwhile Authorities declared an emergency across Karachi on Thursday in view of the Meteorological Department’s forecast of heavy rain in the metropolis for the next 48 hours.
The weather monitory body has predicted heavy showers with gusty winds in Karachi and other parts of the country today as well as tomorrow, spurring the city authorities to precautionary action.
Though widespread showers are yet to begin, rain has been reported in New Karachi and around Shahrah-e-Faisal, where motorcyclists were stuck due to gathering water on the road.
Earlier, Karachi Water and Sewerage Board, declaring a rain emergency, readied water-drainage machines, generators and cranes and instructed its field staff to remain on a 24-hour alert.
Despite advanced warning by the Met Office and the Supreme Court’s orders to clear stormwater drains in the city, several drains remain clogged with garbage, posing a threat to settlements located in their vicinity.
The 28-kilometre long Gujjar Nullah, along with stormwater drains in Khamosh Colony and Teen Talwar Clifton have still not been cleared and restored to their original width.
For Thursday, the Met Office has forecast rain-thundershower with gusty winds at scattered places in Zhob, Kalat, D.I. Khan, Mirpur Khas, Lahore, Gujranwala divisions, Kashmir and isolated places in Malakand, Hazara, Peshawar, Kohat, Mardan, Sargodha, Rawalpindi, D.G. Khan, Multan, Faisalabad, Bahawalpur, Karachi, Larkana, Hyderabad, Makran divisions, FATA and Gilgit-Baltistan.
For Friday, rain-thundershower with gusty winds is expected at scattered places in Mirpurkhas, Hyderabad, Karachi, Kalat, Zhob, Bahawalpur divisions and Kashmir, and at isolated places in Malakand, Hazara, Kohat, Bannu, Peshawar, DI Khan, DG Khan, Lahore, Gujranwala, Rawalpindi, Quetta divisions, tribal areas, Islamabad and Gilgit-Baltistan.
Hub dam levels improve after rain in Balochistan
Pre-monsoon rains in scattered places in Balochistan have increased water levels in Hub dam by a foot, said Project Director Sohail Khan.
The official explained that the rainwater from faraway mountainous areas of the province took two days to reach the dam. The inflow of rainwater is continuing, and with more rains expected today the dam levels may improve further, he added.
Earlier this week, water levels at the Hub dam were reported to have dropped to a dangerously low level, creating an acute shortage of water in Karachi and surrounding areas.