Meteorological Department forecasts rainfall, thunderstorms, and ‘isolated heavy downpours’ in Karachi and other areas of Sindh today – Pakistan


Sindh braces for rough weather as rain predicted in Karachi and various parts of province
The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has forecasted “rain/thunderstorm with few heavy falls” in Karachi and other parts of Sindh today as the province prepares for rough weather. Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has declared a half-day for all government and private offices in Karachi in light of the PDMA’s warning of potential urban flooding. The PMD has issued an advisory for rain and thunderstorms in northern parts of the province from Feb 29 till March 2, with similar conditions expected in the rest of Sindh from March 1. Fishermen are advised to stay cautious during the forecasted period. The PMD attributed the weather conditions to a westerly wave over Balochistan and adjacent Sindh.

CM Shah inspects dewatering efforts during surprise visits
CM Shah conducted surprise visits to check dewatering machinery in low-lying areas and ensure officer attendance at the New Secretariat. The commissioner and relevant departments are fully prepared to prevent damages from the rain, as per the CM’s instructions. The public is advised to avoid unnecessary outings, steer clear of electricity wires and poles, have sufficient fuel in vehicles, and not park near power poles. The police have been instructed to remain alert, assist citizens in need, evacuate families stuck in the rain to safe places, and ensure smooth traffic flow.


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