GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:24

Dated:Tuesday, September 22, 2015

FLOOD WARNING (REVISED)

An active weather system has been producing rain of variable intensity over the Low elevation plains and sub mountainous regions of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit Baltistan, Kashmir and adjoining parts of India. It is likely to persist for another 36 hours yielding more rain of heavy to very heavy intensity in the upper catchments of the rivers Indus, Jhelum and Chenab, while moderate to heavy in catchments of river Ravi & Sutlej. Riverine flood ranging between High and Very High is expected in River Chenab & Jhelum while local Nullahs such as Palku, Deg, Aik, Basantar, Bein, Hassri, Jhajri, Bhimber and Bhander may also swell beyond their capacity.

There is chance of cloud burst due to influence of westerly wave specially over the upper catchments of river Chenab.

All concerned authorities are requested to remain vigilant for next 24 hours.

Time of issue: 18:30 PST

 

MUHAMMAD RIAZ

Chief Meteorologist

FFD, Lahore

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  4. DG-PDMA Punjab.
  5. Secretary irrigation Punjab.
  6. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:23

Dated:Tuesday, September 22, 2015

FLOOD WARNING

An active weather system has been producing rain of variable intensity over the Low elevation plains and sub mountainous regions of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit Baltistan, Kashmir and adjoining parts of India.

It is likely to persist for another 36 hours yielding more rain of heavy to very heavy intensity in the upper catchments of the rivers Indus, Jhelum and Chenab, while moderate to heavy in catchments of river Ravi & Sutlej.

Riverine flood ranging between High and Very High is expected in River Chenab & Jhelum while local Nullahs such as Palku, Deg, Aik, Basantar, Bein, Hassri, Jhajri, Bhimber and Bhander may also swell beyond their capacity.

Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 15:00 PST

 

MUHAMMAD RIAZ

Chief Meteorologist

FFD, Lahore

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  4. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  5. Secretary irrigation Punjab.
  6. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:22

Dated:Thursday, September 17, 2015

FLOOD ALERT

Widespread thunderstorm rain with heavy to very heavy falls at scattered places and Extremely Heavy falls at isolated places is expected over the lower & upper catchments of rivers Sutlej, Ravi, Chenab and Jhelum from 20th to 24th September, 2015.

Exceptionally High flood situation is expected in rivers Chenab and Jhelum from 21st to 25th September, 2015. Flood situation in river Sutlej and Ravi will depend on the releases from Indian reservoirs. Exceptionally high flood situation is also expected in the Nullahs of rivers Ravi and Chenab during the same period.

Any change in the above situation shall be updated accordingly.

Time of issue: 16:00 PST

 

MUHAMMAD RIAZ

Chief Meteorologist

FFD, Lahore

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chief Minister, all Provinces.
  2. Federal Minister, Water & Power, Islamabad.
  3. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  4. Chairman, Federal Flood Commission, Islamabad.
  5. D.G. Engineers, Eng. Directorate GHQ, Rawalpindi.
  6. Prime Minister Secretariat, Islamabad.
  7. Secretary, Aviation Division, Islamabad.
  8. Secretary, Ministry of Water & Power, Islamabad.
  9. Secretary, Irrigation all Provinces.
  10. PDMA’S (D.G’S, All Provinces & AJK).
  11. Chief Engineer, Mangla.
  12. All other Concerned


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:21

Dated:Tuesday, August 11, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST

According to latest meteorological conditions observed by Flood Forecasting Division Lahore, heavy rainfall is occurring over upper catchments of rivers Chenab, Ravi, Sutlej and Bias. Due to this heavy rainfall High Flood situation may develop in nullahs of River Chenab and River Ravi. River flows can also increase in above mentioned rivers. Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 2300

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  4. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  5. Secretary irrigation Punjab.
  6. DCO, Sialkot.
  7. DCO, Narowal.
  8. DCO, Gujranwala.
  9. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:20

Dated:Tuesday, August 11, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST FOR RIVER SUTLEJ AT G.S.WALA

According to latest information through Pakistan Commissioner for Indus Waters regarding releases from Indian reservoirs at Rivers Sutlej & Beas, River Sutlej at G.S.Wala is likely to attain Low Flood Level ranging between 45,000 Cusecs to 55,000 Cusecs from 1200 PST of 13th August-2015.

Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 10:30 PST

 

MUHAMMAD RIAZ

Chief Meteorologist

FFD, Lahore

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  4. Secretary Irrigation, Punjab.
  5. Chief Secretary , Punjab.
  6. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  7. DCO , Okara.
  8. DCO, Kasur.
  9. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:19

Dated:Friday, August 7, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST FOR RIVER INDUS AT KOTRI

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions observed by Flood Forecasting Division Lahore, River Indus at KOTRI is likely to attain High flood level, ranging between 450,000 cusecs to 550,000 cusecs during the period from 0900 PST of 08th August 2015 .and likely to continue for at least 10 days.

Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 09:20 PST

 

MUHAMMAD RIAZ

Chief Meteorologist

FFD, Lahore

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  4. Chief Secretary , Sindh.
  5. Secretary Irrigation, Sindh .
  6. DG- PDMA & Sindh .
  7. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:18

Dated:Friday, August 7, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST FOR RIVER INDUS AT KALABAGH AND CHASHMA

According to latest Hydrological situation & releases from Tarbela, River Indus at Kalabagh is likely to attain High flood level ranging between 500,000 cusecs to 550,000 cusecs during the period from 1800 PST of 07th August 2015 to 1800 PST of 8th August 2015.

River Indus at Chashma is also likely to attain High flood level ranging between 500,000 cusecs to 550,000 cusecs during the period from0100 PST of 8th August 2015 to 0100 PST of 9th August 2015.

Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 08:30

 

MUHAMMAD RIAZ

Chief Meteorologist

FFD, Lahore

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  4. Secretary Irrigation Punjab.
  5. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  6. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:17

Dated:Sunday, August 2, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST FOR RIVER INDUS AT KALABAGH

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions observed by Flood Forecasting Division Lahore, River Indus at Kalabagh is likely to attain High Flood level, ranging between 500,000 cusecs to 550,000 cusecs during the period from 0600 PST of 02nd August 2015 to 0600 PST of 3rd August 2015.

Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 0200 PST

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. Chief Secretary Punjab.
  4. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  5. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  6. DG. Rescue 1122.
  7. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:16

Dated:Saturday, August 1, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST/WARNING FOR HILL TORRENTS

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions observed by Flood Forecasting Division Lahore, severe flooding is likely to occur in hill torrents of DG Khan & Rajanapur districts during next 24 hours.

Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 2230

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  4. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  5. DG 1122 Lahore.
  6. DCO, DG Khan.
  7. DCO, Rajanpur.
  8. Chief Engineer Irrigation DG Khan zone.
  9. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:15

Dated:Saturday, August 1, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST FOR RIVER KABUL AT NOWSHERA

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions observed by Flood Forecasting Division Lahore, River Kabul at Nowshera is likely to attain High flood level, ranging between 150,000 cusecs to 180,000 cusecs during the period from 2200 PST of 1st August 2015 to 1000 PST of 2nd August 2015.

Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 1945 PST

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. Chief Secretary KPK.
  4. Secretary Irrigation KPK.
  5. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  6. DG- PDMA KPK.
  7. DG. Rescue 1122.
  8. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:14

Dated:Saturday, August 1, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST FOR RIVER INDUS AT CHASHMA

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions observed by Flood Forecasting Division Lahore, River Indus at Chashma is likely to attain High flood level, ranging between 550,000 cusecs to 600,000 cusecs during the period from 1800 PST of 1st August 2015 to 1800 PST of 2nd August 2015. Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 1335PST

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. 1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. 2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. 3. Chief Secretary Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan.
  4. 4. Secretary Irrigation, Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan.
  5. 5. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  6. 6. DG- PDMA Punjab& Sindh, Balochistan.
  7. 7. DG. Rescue 1122.
  8. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:13

Dated:Friday, July 31, 2015

FLOOD WARNING FOR RIVER INDUS AT GUDDU AND SUKKUR

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions observed by Flood Forecasting Division Lahore, River Indus at GUDDU is likely to attain High to very High flood level ranging between 650,000 cusecs to 750,000 cusecs during the period from 1400 PST of 01st August 2015 to 2400 PST of 3rd August 2015.However High flood level will remain continue further seven days.

River Indus at SUKKUR is also likely to attain High to very High flood level ranging between 650,000 cusecs to 750,000 cusecs during the period from 1200 PST of 02nd August 2015 to 2400PST of 04th August 2015. However High flood level will remain continue further seven day.

Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 1355 PST

 

MUHAMMAD RIAZ

Chief Meteorologist

FFD, Lahore

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. Chief Secretary Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan.
  4. Secretary Irrigation, Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan.
  5. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  6. DG- PDMA Punjab& Sindh, Balochistan.
  7. DG. Rescue 1122.
  8. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:12

Dated:Tuesday, July 28, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST FOR RIVER INDUS AT TAUNSA

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions observed by Flood Forecasting Division Lahore, River Indus at Taunsa is likely to attain High flood level ranging between 540,000 cusecs to 580,000 cusecs during the period from 1800 PST of 30th July 2015 to 1800 PST of 31st July 2015.

Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 1050 PST

 

MUHAMMAD RIAZ

Chief Meteorologist

FFD, Lahore

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  4. DGs- PDMA Punjab.Sindh & Balochistan.
  5. Secretary Irrigation Punjab,Sindh & Balochistan.
  6. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:11

Dated:Sunday, July 26, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST FOR UPSTREAM TARBELA

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions analyzed by this office an active Monsoon weather system is affecting upper catchment of river Indus. Which may cause Medium to High flood in river Indus at Tarbela (upstream) ranging between 490,000 to 550,000 cusecs during next 24 hours Precautionary measures may kindly be taken.

Time of issue: 1450 PST

 

MUHAMMAD RIAZ

Chief Meteorologist

FFD, Lahore

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  4. DG- PDMA Punjab.KPK
  5. Chief Engineer Tarbela
  6. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:10

Dated:Sunday, July 26, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST FOR RIVER INDUS AT KALABAGH AND CHASHMA

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions observed by Flood Forecasting Division Lahore, River Indus at Kalabagh is likely to attain High flood level ranging between 550,000 cusecs to 600,000 cusecs during the period from 1400 PST of 27th July 2015 to 1400 PST of 28th July 2015.

River Indus at Chashma is also likely to attain High flood level ranging between 550,000 cusecs to 600,000 cusecs during the period from 0100 PST of 28th July 2015 to 0100 PST of 29th July 2015.

Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 1335PST

 

MUHAMMAD RIAZ

Chief Meteorologist

FFD, Lahore

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  4. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  5. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:09

Dated:Sunday, July 26, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST FOR UPSTREAM MANGLA

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions analyzed by this office an active Monsoon weather system is affecting upper catchment of river Jhelum. Which may cause High to Very High flood in river Jhelum at Mangla (upstream) ranging between 150000 to 300000 cusecs during next 12 hours.

Precautionary measures may kindly be taken .

Time of issue: 0855PST

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  4. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  5. Chief Engineer Mangla.
  6. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:08

Dated:Wednesday, July 22, 2015

SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL/FLOODING IN SINDH AND BALOCHISTAN

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions analyzed by this office an active Monsoon weather system is likely to affect Sindh province which may cause fairly widespread thunderstorm/rain of moderate intensity with heavy falls at isolated places and very heavy falls at some places during next 4-5 days . Urban flooding is expected in Karachi and Hyderabad during the period.

Scattered thunderstorm of moderate intensity with isolated heavy falls is also expected in Balochistan especially northeast central and coastal Balochistan which may also cause flooding in local nullahs and rivers.

Precautionary measures may kindly be taken .Daily updates will be issued on the emergency basis.

Time of issue: 1445 PST

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. Chief Secretary, Sindh, Balochistan.
  4. Secretary irrigation Sindh & Balochistan.
  5. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  6. DG- PDMA Sindh & Balochistan.
  7. DG. Rescue 1122.
  8. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:07

Dated:Wednesday, July 22, 2015

FLOOD WARNING FOR RIVER INDUS AT GUDDU AND SUKKUR

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions observed by Flood Forecasting Division Lahore, River Indus at GUDDU is likely to attain High flood level ranging between 500000 cusecs to 550000 cusecs during the period from 1200 PST of 24th July 2015 to 2359 PST of 26th July 2015. River Indus at SUKKUR is also likely to attain High flood level ranging between 500000 cusecs to 540000 cusecs during the period from 1200 PST of 25th July 2015 to 2359PST of 27th July 2015. Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 1100 PST

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Distribution:
  2. 1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  3. 2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  4. 3. Chief Secretary Punjab,Sindh,Balochistan.
  5. 4. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  6. 5. DG- PDMA Punjab& Sindh, Balochistan.
  7. 6. DG. Rescue 1122.
  8. 7. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:06

Dated:Friday, July 17, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST FOR RIVER INDUS AT KALABAGH AND CHASHMA

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions observed by Flood Forecasting Division Lahore, River Indus at Kalabagh is likely to attain medium to high flood level ranging between 460000 cusecs to 520000 cusecs during the period from 1600 PST of 18th July 2015 to 1600 PST of 19th July 2015.

River Indus at Chashma is also likely to attain medium to high flood level ranging between 460000 cusecs to 520000 cusecs during the period from 2300 PST of 18th July 2015 to 2300 PST of 19th July 2015.

Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 1830

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Distribution:
  2. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  3. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  4. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  5. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  6. G.H.Q Rawalpindi
  7. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:05

Dated:Friday, July 10, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST FOR NULLAH DEG DURING NEXT 24 HOURS

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions observed by Flood Forecasting Division Lahore, High Flood is expected in Nullah DEG downstream Kingra during next 24 hours. Precautionary measures may kindly be taken accordingly.

Time of issue: 1400 PST

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Distribution:
  2. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  3. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  4. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  5. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  6. DCO, Sialkot.
  7. DCO, Narowal.
  8. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:04

Dated:Tuesday, July 7, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions Moderate to heavy rainfall is likely to occur in hilly areas of Sulaman Range which may cause hill torrent flows in DG Khan & Rajanpur districts during the period 1000 PST of 07th July,2015 to 1400 PST of 07th July,2015.

Time of issue: 1000PST

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  4. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  5. DCO Rajanpur.
  6. DCO DG Khan.
  7. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:03

Dated:Monday, July 6, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions Moderate to heavy rainfall is likely to occur in hilly areas of Sulaman Range which may cause hill torrent flows in DG Khan & Rajanpur districts during the period 2030 PST of 06th July,2015 to 0200 PST of 07th July,2015.

Time of issue: 1840 PST

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  2. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  3. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  4. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  5. DCO Rajanpur.
  6. DCO DG Khan.
  7. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:02

Dated:Wednesday, July 1, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST/WARNING FOR HILL TORRENTS

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions Moderate flooding is likely to occur in Hill Torrents of DG Khan & Rajanpur districts during the period 2300 PST of 01st -July-2015 to 0830 PST of 02nd –July-2015.

Time of issue: 22:00 PST

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Distribution:
  2. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  3. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  4. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  5. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  6. DCO Rajanpur.
  7. DCO DG Khan.
  8. All others concerned authorities.


GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT

FLOOD FORECASTING DIVISION

46-JAIL ROAD LAHORE

 

Sr.No.:01

Dated:Wednesday, June 24, 2015

SIGNIFICANT FLOOD FORECAST/WARNING FOR HILL TORRENTS

According to latest Meteorological & Hydrological conditions Moderate flooding is likely to occur in Hill Torrents of DG Khan & Rajanpur districts during the period 0330 PST of 24-june-2015 to 0830 PST of 24-june2015.

Time of issue: 03:20 PST

 

(Duty Forecasting Officer)

For Chief Meteorologist

042-99200208

Distribution:

  1. Distribution:
  2. Chairman NDMA, Islamabad.
  3. Chairman FFC, Islamabad.
  4. DG Engineers, Engineering Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi.
  5. DG- PDMA Punjab.
  6. DCO Rajanpur.
  7. DCO DG Khan.
  8. All others concerned authorities.