Karachi is likely to have more torrential rains from Saturday. Pakistan Met Office forecasted stormy rains that could inundate low-lying areas in Karachi from August 6 to August 11. Sindh authorities have implemented Section 144 on the beach side in order to prevent people from swimming in the sea during torrential rains. On Friday (today), hot and humid weather is expected in most parts of the country. However, rain-wind/thundershower is expected in different areas of Kashmir, upper Punjab, upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, and north and east Balochistan. Heavy rains are also likely at a few places in lower Sindh and southern Balochistan. The places with the hottest temperatures on Thursday (in degrees Celsius) were Dalbandin, Nokkundi, Dera Ismail Khan, Chillas, Noorpur Thal, Rohri, Jacobabad, and Sukkur. According to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) in the last 24 hours, 11 deaths were reported due to floods/rains in various incidents. The total number of deaths due to floods/rains across the country is 549 while the number of injured is 628. مون سون اپ ڈیٹبارشوں کی صورتحال1. 30 سالہ اوسط ریکارڈ کے مقابلے میں ملک بھر میں 133 فیصد سے زائد بارشیں2. بلوچستان میں 305فیصد،سندھ میں 218 فیصد زیادہ بارشیں 3. پنجاب میں 101 فیصد،کے پی کے میں26 فیصد زیادہ بارشیں4. گلگت بلتستان میں68،آزاد جموں کشمیر میں9 فیصد زیادہ بارشیں — NDMA PAKISTAN (@ndmapk) August 5, 2022 As per the NDMA rainfall data, 133% more rainfall across the country than the 30-year average record 305% more rains in Balochistan, 218% more in Sindh, 101% more rains in Punjab, 26% more in KP, Gilgit-Baltistan received 68% and Azad Jammu Kashmir (AJK) received 9% more rains than usual. NDMA said that 46,219 houses were damaged due to floods and rains. Rescue/relief operation is continued in flood-affected areas. From the instructions of the Prime Minister, the distribution of relief checks of 10 lakhs per person to the flood victims continued. According to NDMA, the organization provided SDMA, PDMA Sindh, and PDMA Balochistan with relief supplies, including tents, tarpaulins, blankets, and mosquito nets. On behalf of Nestlé, NDMA also delivered 60 thousand litres of drinking water to PDMA Balochistan in Quetta, Jhal Magsi, and Jafarabad. Moreover, 100 tents were delivered to the Harnai administration by PDMA Balochistan. Aside from the government relief organisations, humanitarian groups that have established medical camps in disaster-affected areas are also continuing to deliver aid supplies.