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17 Jul 2019 description

Government of Pakistan
Prime Minister’s Office
National Disaster Management Authority

  1. Rivers Flow Situation Reported by Flood Forecasting Division. River Kabul at Nowshera is in Medium Flood level. All other major Rivers are in the state of their normal flows.
    Low to Medium level flows are expected in the Hill Torrents of D.G. Khan Division. Details at Annex A.

17 Jul 2019 description

Intikhab Hanif

LAHORE: Persistent torrential rain badly disrupted life in the city on Tuesday, turning streets into rivulets, causing traffic jams, upsetting power supply at a large scale and also claiming a life.

At least 10 people suffered serious injuries in four roof collapse incidents at Kasur and Gujranwala as the Met department also reported heavy rain in some other cities of Punjab, forecasting continuation of the monsoon spell till at least Friday.

16 Jul 2019 description

Government of Pakistan
Prime Minister’s Office
National Disaster Management Authority
Islamabad

  1. Rivers Flow Situation Reported by Flood Forecasting Division. River Kabul at Nowshera is in Medium Flood level. All other major Rivers are in the state of their normal flows.
    Details at Annex A.

16 Jul 2019 description
  • Heavy rainfall has been affecting north-eastern Pakistan - particularly the Azad, Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Territory (AJK) - over the past few days, triggering flash floods and landslides.
  • Media report 28 fatalities and five injured in Leswa Town (Neelum District, northern AJK). More than 100 houses have been damaged and a mosque swept away by floodwaters.
  • Over the next 24 hours, moderate to locally heavy rainfall is forecast over the affected area.
15 Jul 2019 description

Tariq NaqashUpdated July 16, 2019

MUZAFFARABAD: At least 22 people, 18 of them from a Tableeghi Jamaat, were killed and seven others injured after a cloudburst triggered flash floods that swept away mosques and houses besides damaging shops and other property in the Neelum Valley of Azad Jammu and Kashmir late Sunday evening, officials said.

15 Jul 2019 description

Aamir Yasin

RAWALPINDI: Heavy rain accompanied by hail hit the twin cities in the early hours of Saturday, choking the sewerage system and flooding localities in downtown Rawalpindi.

The rain began at midnight and continued intermittently for an hour. The Met Office recorded 31 millimetres at Zero Point, 5mm in Saidpur, 2mm in Golra, 6mm at the Islamabad International Airport, 33mm in Shamsabad and 27mm in Chaklala, Rawalpindi.

15 Jul 2019 description
  1. Rivers Flow Situation Reported by Flood Forecasting Division. River Kabul at Nowshera is in Medium Flood level and River Indus at Chashma is in Low flood level. All other major Rivers are in the state of their normal flows. Details at Annex A.

14 Jul 2019 description
  1. Rivers Flow Situation Reported by Flood Forecasting Division. River Kabul at Nowshera is in Medium Flood level and River Indus at Chashma is in Low flood level. All other major Rivers are in the state of their normal flows. Details at Annex A.

13 Jul 2019 description
  1. Rivers Flow Situation Reported by Flood Forecasting Division. River Kabul at Nowshera is in Medium Flood level. All other major Rivers are in the state of their normal flows.
    Details at Annex A.

12 Jul 2019 description

Intikhab Hanif

LAHORE: Many cities in the country on Thursday received rain and the Met department warned of a week-long spell of rains, heavy to very heavy at places, from Friday (today) that may cause urban flooding and landsliding in the affected areas.

In its latest forecast, the Met department says moderate monsoon currents from the Arabian Sea, which are continuously penetrating northeastern parts, are likely to strengthen in upper parts of the country from Friday evening/night.

12 Jul 2019 description
  1. Rivers Flow Situation Reported by Flood Forecasting Division. River Kabul at Nowshera is in Medium Flood level and River Indus at Chashma is in Low Flood Level. All other major Rivers are in the state of their normal flows. Details at Annex A.

12 Jul 2019 description

GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN
PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT
FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

Dated the Lahore : 12th July, 2019
Time of Issue: 11:00 Hrs PST

Rainfall of Moderate to Heavy intensity with one or two Very Heavy falls is likely over the upper catchments of all the Major Rivers along with Rawalpindi, Gujranwala, Lahore, Faisalabad & Sargodha Divisions & Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Moderate rainfall with one or two Heavy falls is also expected over DG Khan Division along with Northeast Balochistan.

12 Jul 2019 description

Fresh PMD Weather / Flood Alert dated 12 July 2019 is enclosed at Annex-A. All concerned are requested to ensure following precautionary measures to avoid any loss of life or property:

a. NHA, FWO and C&W Departments of respective Provinces / Regions to remain vigilant in restoring road links.

b. Tourists be apprised about weather forecast.

c. Availability of staff of emergency services during the period.

d. In case of any eventuality, twice daily updates should be shared with NDMA.

11 Jul 2019 description
  1. Rivers Flow Situation Reported by Flood Forecasting Division. River Kabul at Nowshera is in Medium Flood Level. All other major Rivers are in the state of their normal flows. Details at Annex A.

11 Jul 2019 description

Government of Pakistan
Prime Minister’s Office
National Disaster Management Authority
ISLAMABAD

Fresh PMD Press Release dated 11 July 2019 is enclosed at Annex A. All concerned are requested to remain Alert and ensure following precautionary measures to avoid any loss of life or property:

a. Respective PDMAs to coordinate with concerned departments (NHA, FWO and C&W) for restoration of roads in case of any blockage / obstruction.

b. Tourists be apprised about weather forecast.

10 Jul 2019 description
  • A glacial lake outburst flood occurred in Chitral District (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, northern Pakistan) on 7 July, causing extensive damage in the affected area.

  • As of 10 July, no fatalities are reported, but several roads and at least five bridges have collapsed, disconnecting the area from other parts of the district. Rescue operations have evacuated at least 65 people to safer locations.

10 Jul 2019 description
report Frontier Post

F.P. Report

RAWALPINDI: The Pakistan Army is assisting the civil administration of Chitral in carrying out rescue and relief operation in flash floods hit areas of Golen, said the military’s media wing on Tuesday.

“Pakistan Army assisting civil administration in rescue and relief operation for the affected local population in flash floods hit areas of Golon, Chitral,” said Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

“Affected population being heli lifted to safer places. Tentage and rations provided. Medical teams also present.”

10 Jul 2019 description
  1. Rivers Flow Situation Reported by Flood Forecasting Division. River Kabul at Nowshera is in Medium and River Indus at Chashma is in Low Flood Level. All other major Rivers are in the state of their normal flows. Details at Annex A.