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Update: Dry Spell Ends as Rain Lashes Pakistan

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Monsoon Update: Dry Spell Ends as Rain Lashes Pakistan 2017-07-04

ISLAMABAD: Rains continued to lash all major cities of the country on Wednesday and the weatherman predicted heavy downpours for another 24 hours.
A meteorologist told The Express Tribune that the Met office has issued alerts to all the departments concerned to take extra pre-emptive measures to avoid losses.
He said that currently there are no chances of riverine flooding in the country. However, urban flooding could be expected in major cities (serious flooding has been reported in Karachi).
The first spell of monsoon downpour continued to lash different parts of the country on the third day of Eid.
Rain-thundershowers along with strong gusty winds turned the weather pleasant and brought relief for the people living in K-P, Punjab, Balochsitan, Islamabad, Sindh,  Fata and Kashmir who had been braving high temperatures over the past few days.
According to the Pakistan Met Office, monsoon started in Pakistan from June 26, however its intensity increased from Wednesday.  The Met office has also predicted that strong monsoon currents are penetrating the country and are likely to continue during the next 24 hours. A fresh westerly wave is also affecting upper parts of the county and may persist for a day.
Read more here in an article from The Express Tribune.
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