Rain Expected in Pakistan Over the Next 24 Hours

The Pakistan Meteorological Department has issued a weather warning, forecasting thundershowers and snowfall in mountainous regions of the country over the next 24 hours. This weather system is attributed to the influx of westerly winds into the upper regions of Pakistan, which will result in strong winds affecting several areas, including Islamabad, Upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit-Baltistan, Kashmir, the Potohar region, and Northeast Punjab. The weather forecast also includes the possibility of rain accompanied by gusty winds and thunder.


Moreover, there is a likelihood of rain and snowfall occurring in mountainous areas from October 14 to 17. Recent rain has led to a drop in temperatures and frostiness in various cities, prompting authorities to close Babusertap Road due to snowfall. Given these weather conditions, people are advised to take necessary precautions to ensure their safety.

As the weather patterns shift and the possibility of rain, snowfall, and strong winds loom, it’s essential for residents in the affected regions to stay informed about the latest updates from the Pakistan Meteorological Department. This will enable individuals to make informed decisions and take the necessary steps to protect themselves and their property.

Awareness is key when it comes to unpredictable weather conditions. Here are some tips to consider:

Travel Precautions: If you need to travel during inclement weather, make sure your vehicle is in good condition, and you have essential items like blankets, warm clothing, and an emergency kit on hand.

Home Readiness:  Ensure that your home is ready to withstand heavy rain or snow. This includes cleaning gutters, checking for roof leaks, and insulating your pipes to prevent freezing.


Stay Updated: Keep an eye on weather updates and warnings. Having a weather app or a battery-operated weather radio can be very useful.


Emergency Kit:  Assemble an emergency kit with essential items like non-perishable food, bottled water, a first-aid kit, flashlights, batteries, and a multi-tool.


Safe Practices: During heavy rain or snowfall, avoid unnecessary travel, stay indoors, and maintain a safe distance from downed power lines and trees.

By staying informed and taking precautions, you can ensure your safety and well-being during adverse weather conditions. Your awareness plays a vital role in mitigating the impact of unexpected weather conditions.

Ammara Ahmed

Ammara Ahmed

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