The Meteorological Department has forecast more monsoon rains in Sindh, Balochistan and South Punjab from Thursday.
According to the Meteorological Department, monsoon winds from the Bay of Bengal are entering the upper and central parts of the country.
From Thursday July 14, low pressure will enter Sindh with strong intensity, due to which thundershowers are expected in Karachi, Hyderabad, Badin, Thatta, Dadu, Thar Parkar, Sanghar and other cities from July 14 to 17.
Chance of thunderstorms Tuesday
There is a possibility of thundershowers and rain in different cities of Sindh and Balochistan today.
According to Meteorological Department, showers with strong winds are expected in Mirpur Khas, Mithi, Jamshoro, Larkana, Jacobabad and Ghotki in Sindh.
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Sukkur, Khairpur, Shikarpur and Shahdadkot may also receive showers with strong winds and thundershowers.
According to Meteorological Department, heavy rain with thundershowers is expected in Zhob, Ziarat, Barkhan, Bolan Kohlu, Kalat, Khuzdar, Lasbela, Awaran, Naseerabad, Jhal Magsi, Sibi, Dera Bugti, Turbat and Pasni.
Northeast Balochistan may receive a new series of rains this evening or tomorrow.
According to irrigation officials, the danger of collapse of Toba Achakzai Kadni Dam has been averted.
QESCO officials said, a large number of power poles and transformers were swept away in the floods due to torrential rains, while large-scale power installations in Muslim Bagh, Toba Achakzai and Qila Saifullah were also damaged.
On the other hand, a report has been prepared regarding the flood that took place yesterday.
Official reports said, the body of one of the three people who were swept away in the floods yesterday was recovered.
According to the report prepared by the irrigation officials, substandard material has been used in the newly constructed dams at Chaman, Qila Abdullah and Toba Achakzai.
The report said that most of the new dams did not use stones on the protective embankment while the spillways of some dams were opened on a limited scale due to the possibility of rains.