CM Maryam orders preventative action in response to the rainfall prediction.

She also gave Rescue 1122 and PDMA instructions to report back to her on the actions being done.

In addition to the smartphone alerts service, Maryam Nawaz stated that the people should be informed in advance about the crisis through electronic and social media. She also gave instructions to implement practical steps for rural livestock protection.

The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) had earlier sent a warning about the unexpected weather that is predicted to occur in the next few days. Predictions indicate that rain and snowfall will be combined in some areas.

Meanwhile, rain, thunderstorms, and even snowfall on hills are predicted for parts of Gilgit-Baltistan, Kashmir, and the Pothohar.

Cloudy weather is expected to predominate in most areas from March 8 to 10, with sporadic showers in Central and Southern Punjab. In addition, there will likely be a lot of snowfall in Pakistan’s northern areas, which may cause temporary road closures.

Rain and thunderstorms were predicted for March 10–12 in southern and northern Balochistan, including Katch, Gwadar, and Quetta.

While the rest of the nation may see dry weather, similar weather is anticipated for Kashmir and the western and upper portions of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP).

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