From April 16–19, the Met Office forecasts further rain throughout the nation.

More rain is expected across the nation starting tomorrow, Tuesday, according to the meteorological department.
The westerly wave is expected to reach the country’s upper regions on Tuesday, or tomorrow, and bring with it intermittent rains from April 16 to April 19. This information is based on the Meteorological Department.

The Met Office reports that from April 17 to 21, there’s a chance of hailstorms and heavy rain in some areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. In Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan, there will likely be a lot of rain and snowfall on the mountains.

Additionally, sporadic rains were forecast by the Met Department for Islamabad, Murree, Gulyat, Attock, and Chakwal. Showers are predicted to fall in a number of Punjabi cities, including Lahore, Sialkot, Sargodha, and Faisalabad.

From April 16 to April 19, rain is also anticipated in several areas of Balochistan. According to the Met Office, rain is predicted for Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkur, and Jacobabad on April 17–19.

The Meteorological Department added that rain may cause the temperature to drop. On the other hand, on April 17–18, intense rains may result in urban flooding in Dir, Swat, Chitral, Kohistan, and the surrounding areas of the Kabul River.

Landslides could happen in Gilgit-Baltistan, Upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Kashmir, and Murree, according to the Meteorological Department.

Meanwhile, Monday morning’s temperatures in major cities were as follows:

At 17 degrees Celsius, Islamabad, Lahore, 20, Karachi, 24, Peshawar, 16, Quetta, 10, Gilgit, 13, Murree, 07, and Muzaffarabad, 14 degrees Celsius.

The Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir weather forecast predicts cloudy skies, sporadic rain, wind, and thunderstorms in Srinagar, Jammu, Pulwama, Anantnag, Shopian, and Baramula.

Seven people pass away in rain-related incidents in KP.

Due to the heavy rains over the past two days, there have been seven deaths and ten injuries in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

The most recent PDMA report states that 84 homes—15 totally damaged and 69 partially damaged—were affected by the walls and roofs collapsing in various districts.

Meanwhile, in response to orders from Chief Minister Ali Amin Gandapur, the concerned district administrations and institutions are guaranteeing that the injured receive the best medical care possible and are giving immediate support to the families impacted.

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