City receives 606m rainfall as met office releases July data


The Pakistan Meteorological Department on Wednesday released data for July rainfall across the country with Karachi receiving 606mm showers during the entire month.

According to the data released by the Met Office, the country received 181 percent more than normal rainfall during the last month, breaking the record of most rainfalls in the country after 1961.

It said that Balochistan recorded 450 percent more rainfall than the usual rains as compared to Sindh province which recorded 308 percent above normal rainfall. Karachi’s PAF Masroor Base recorded the most rainfall with 606mm.

Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has predicted above-normal rainfall in August this year in most parts of the country.

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