PMD forecasts rain throughout the majority of the nation.

Some isolated locations in Gilgit-Baltistan, Kashmir, and the nearby hilly regions are predicted to see partly overcast weather with rain, windstorms, and thunderstorms.

Awaran, Ziarat, Pishin, Harnai, Zhob, Barkhan, Noushki, Chagai, Kharan, Turbat, Kech, Gwadar, Awaran, Ziarat, and Naseerabad are among the local nullahs and streams in Balochistan that could see flash floods due to isolated, moderate.

The local nullahs and streams in Dir, Swat, Chitral, Manshera, Kohistan, and Kashmir may experience flash floods on April 27 and 28 due to isolated, moderate to heavy rainfall.

The regions that are most vulnerable from April 27 to 29 may be affected by landslides in upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Murree, Galiyat, Kashmir, and Gilgit Baltistan.

Human lives, standing crops, loose buildings like electric poles, cars, solar panels, and other things could be impacted by windstorms, hailstorms, and lightning, according to the Met Office.

The country’s western regions were being affected by a westerly wave, which was predicted to affect most of the upper and central regions on April 26.

In much of the country, the past 24 hours have been dry, with temperatures in the south being very high. But in isolated locations in upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Islamabad, Kashmir, and the nearby hilly regions, rain, wind, and thunderstorms did occur.

A representative for the PDMA stated that from Wednesday through April 29, there is a potential of strong wind, rain mixed with thunder, and hail in a few areas of Punjab. Deputy commissioners around the province of Punjab have been instructed to maintain vigilance by PDMA DG Irfan Ali Kathia.

Concerning departments, Kathia stated that they had to be prepared for any emergency. Additionally informed have been the provincial control room and the district emergency operation centres in each district.

The PDMA control room’s conditions are constantly being observed. He said that the equipment and staff of Rescue 1122 and other rescue organisations needed to be kept on high alert.

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