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Monsoon Rains Likely to Hit Karachi in First Week of July

Weather experts have predicted that southern Sindh, including Karachi, will experience “more than usual” monsoon rains starting in early July. This prediction suggests that the region can expect heavier rainfall compared to the average monsoon season.

The first spell of rain is likely to be triggered by a medium-level pressure system forming over the Arabian Sea on June 30. This weather system is expected to bring significant rainfall to the region.

The monsoon season in Pakistan is set to begin from June 27 and will continue until July 4. During this period, various parts of the country, including southern Sindh, will start experiencing monsoon rains.

However, it’s important to note that this long-term weather forecast may change as new data becomes available. Weather conditions can be unpredictable, and updates from meteorological departments should be followed for the latest information.

In the meantime, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has forecasted very hot and dry weather for most of the plains in the country. Despite the heat, there is a chance of evening rainstorms in the northeast Punjab region and its surrounding areas.

This weather pattern indicates a mix of conditions across Pakistan, with some regions experiencing intense heat while others may receive rain. The expected monsoon rains in southern Sindh are particularly significant as they can help alleviate the heat and provide much-needed water for agriculture and daily use.

Residents of Karachi and other parts of southern Sindh should prepare for the upcoming monsoon season. This includes taking precautions to deal with heavy rainfall, such as ensuring proper drainage systems are in place and staying updated with weather forecasts. The increased rainfall can also bring relief from the summer heat, but it is essential to remain vigilant and be prepared for any weather-related challenges.

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