ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has actually alerted that heatwave conditions might emerge in significant cities of Sindh and southern Punjab throughout July. In its newest concern of Drought Notice, the meteorological department mentioned that near normal rains is anticipated over the nation throughout the current month. Rise in temperatures in high elevations are likely to trigger snowmelt in northern locations. Ultimately, the possibilities of boost in water schedule in the top Indus container and some glacial flooding– Glof– may happen over the glaciers. Glacial Lake Outburst Flood (Glof )is a kind of outburst flooding triggered by
the failure of a dam consisting of a glacial lake. The PMD alerts that moderate-to-severe drought conditions are dominating northwest Balochistan and also southeast Sindh, as well as encourages the disaster authorities to proceed surveillance in these areas and also plan relief monitoring tasks as necessary. Rainfall throughout June was unsatisfactory for the majority of the drought-prone areas of Balochistan
and also Sindh, as well as the meteorological department said rains throughout the month was less than typical in northern parts of the country, while separated areas in Punjab, Sindh as well as Balochistan obtained above normal rains and the rest of the areas obtained below typical rains. During June, light-to-moderate rains occasions were reported at most areas in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and
some parts of Punjab and Sindh, while the rest of the nation comprising Gilgit-Baltistan and also isolated locations in Sindh as well as Balochistan got light to no rainfall. The PMD has actually said monsoon rains are anticipated in various parts of the nation during July.