The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has issued a cautionary statement concerning the potential consequences of light to moderate rainfall in the central and northern regions of the country.
As per the NDMA, there is a likelihood of isolated heavy rainfall and hailstorms in certain areas. Furthermore, the authority has identified the risks of landslides in mountainous regions, flash floods, and hill torrents in vulnerable areas as a result of the rain. Hailstorms could also cause damage to property, crops, and vegetation.
The NDMA has advised residents in vulnerable areas, particularly in mountainous regions, to exercise additional caution. It has emphasized the importance of staying updated with the latest weather forecasts and following advisories issued by provincial authorities in order to minimize potential damage. In case of emergencies, citizens are urged to promptly seek assistance from the relevant authorities.
The NDMA has reaffirmed its commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of citizens across the nation. It will continue to monitor the situation and issue relevant advisories as the weather situation develops.