Glof risk as monsoon rains continue to lash many areas of India . Glof

Glof risk as monsoon rains continue to lash many areas of India . Glof

Heavy rain has caused significant destruction to various roads and bridges leading to disruptions in transportation . National Disaster Management Authority issues warnings of possible floods and glacial lake outburst floods in certain regions . Rivers are overflowing making it difficult for people to move around and communities in various districts are facing hardships due to the heavy rain and floods .

The Pakistan Meteorological Department PMD has predicted hot and humid weather in most places with the possibility of heavy rain in some areas . The road link between Quetta and Sibi has been restored for light vehicles after a week but traffic remains suspended between Balochistan and Punjab through Fort Monroe after a bridge was swept away at the BarkhanDera Ghazi Khan road .

A house collapsed after a mound caved in because of heavy rainfall and flooding leaving one person dead and two girls injured in Abbottabad, Abbottabad . The situation remains challenging as the rain shows no signs of abating. Authorities are working to help affected families providing tents food water and other essentials to the affected families with the help of authorities providing tents and other necessities such as food and water and water .

The weather department says hot, humid weather is expected to continue to improve the weather department’s hot and dry weather forecast for the next few days. The PMD PMD says it is likely to be hot, dry and humid conditions in most parts of the country.

It is also likely to get a hot and wet weather in the next two months. The weather Department says it will continue to warn of a dry and dry conditions in the coming days. It has also said it will be very hot and rainy conditions in many parts of Pakistan’s hot and sunny conditions.

It’ll be very dry and sunny weather.


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