Pakistan Weather Forecast 10 Days
Pakistan weather next 10 days
The Pakistan weather forecast 10 days: The Jutt stream returns to Pakistan for 10 days in September, limiting the spread of the monsoon to a large extent. As a result, most parts of Pakistan will be spared from flooding throughout September and October.
Weather in Karachi Pakistan
Low air pressure is likely to be approaching Sindh on September 11th, and this low air pressure may generate severe rainfall in several regions of Sindh, but which places will get impacts? According to the ECMWF, these locations will be in Sindh, where there have been no beneficial rainfall or severe meteorological conditions so far.
Weather in Lahore Pakistan
And on the other hand, according to GFS, these rains will be in eastern Punjab and eastern Sindh, such as Bahawalpur, Rahimyar Khan, Bahawalnagar, and Sindh. Rains may occur in Mirpur, Khas, Sukkur, Larkana, and other areas of the eastern strip and upper areas.
Flood Chances in Pakistan
A flood situation is improbable since it is highly unlikely for rain to spread or spread in Pakistan, which is the premise. Meanwhile, in higher Pakistan, such as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Upper Punjab, and Kashmir, there is a risk of rain due to the effect of western winds, strong storms, and storms, but the same thing since there is a series of western winds. This low air pressure can considerably reduce. The flood crisis is unlikely to reoccur in any part of Pakistan, God willing, but we are keeping a careful eye on it.