Are you ready?
It is forecasted to hit Heavy Rains with a thunderstorm to Karachi. Rains that cause a flood in Karachi was 70 mm. What is coming on 10th August are 338 mm… Get Ready……
LATEST UPDATE ON KARACHI HEAVY RAIN SYSTEM!
NOW 2ND SYSTEM IS ALSO CONFIRMED!
HEAVY RAINS IN KARACHI FROM 10TH AUGUST!
KARACHIEST, as it was forecasted that Karachi is going to face two heavy rain systems back to back. Hopefully, Karachiest enjoyed 1st Raining system on July 29th. And now we are going to update you that 2nd Raining system has been confirmed and from August 10, 2019.
Karachi is about to experience 2nd heavy rain system again with Strong Winds. Hot waves system has been created in Khaleej Bangal which has reached to Sindh on August 4, 2019, via Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat which is leading to heavy rains in different cities of Sindh.
HYDERABAD: Thunderstorms can be heard in the city and rain is also likely to start any time.
Twin Cities: Severe flood situation! Heavy rains in northern areas of Islamabad and extreme southern areas of Rawalpindi. Rainfall at Bani Gala in Islamabad is exceeding 180 mm per hour and so far 264 mm rainfall has been recorded while 218 mm rainfall has been recorded in Gulshanabad area of Rawalpindi. The rain continues. In other areas, the rainfall is between 100 and 150 mm.
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Updated on August 10, 2019
Moderate to HEAVY THUNDERSTORM & RAIN across most parts of the city from 08:30 am intermittent. 15-25 mm rain has fallen in different areas so far!
Rain amounts till now:
DHA Phase 2: 33 mm, Gulistan-e-Johar Block no.5: 26 mm, DHA Phase 6: 26 mm, Kimari: 17 mm
Next 72 hours revised forecast: Historical weather event is going to happen in Karachi! Special prediction! More than 200 mm of rainfall is expected in 24 hours!
- What is going to happen in Karachi
Heavy rain with thunderstorms!
- When is it predicted
August 10 from 12 noon to 13 August at 6 pm.
- Where would it be
Southern Sindh including Karachi, Hyderabad, Mithi, Chhor, Badin, and Thatta areas.
Summary: The low wind pressure in the Bay of Bengal will move from East to West India and after entering Rajasthan, Sindh will enter into a state of intense low pressure (as strong as a hurricane)!
According to the climatic model ECMWF, most areas of southern Sindh can receive 200 to 350 mm of rainfall in 24 hours. See above photo to find possible rainfall amounts in your cities! Severe flood situation expected! In the meantime, thunderstorms can also occur, which can cause extremely heavy rainfall in some places!
Winds in Karachi can range from 25 to 35 kilometers per hour and the fastest winds can reach 45 to 60 kilometers per hour. In Hyderabad, wind speeds can go up to 20 to 30 kilometers per hour while the fastest winds can reach 45 centimeters per hour!
The following is a list of August historic rains in Karachi:
- Karachi recorded the highest monthly rainfall in August (Manora) with 427.5 mm in 1953.
- Karachi recorded the highest monthly rainfall in August (Mussoorie) in 2007, recording 272 mm.
- The highest monthly rainfall in August was recorded at Karachi (airport) in 1979 with 262.5 mm.
- The highest rainfall in 24 hours in August was 278.1 mm on 07 August 1953 in Karachi (Manora).
- In August, the highest rainfall in 24 hours was 166 mm at the airport (07 August 1979).