According to PMD Tropical Cyclone Warning Centre, this weather pattern is not currently posing any threat to any of Pakistan's coastal areas.

KARACHI: The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) issued a warning on Saturday, stating that the disturbance (strong low-pressure region) over the Northern Arabian Gulf has moved 450 kilometres to the southwestern of Karachi so over previous 12 hours.

The Met Office stated in its Alert-III that the storm is anticipated to continue moving west until this night before recurving northerly winds and gradually weakening.The most recent spell, which started last night and interrupted life throughout the city in a couple of hours, was not immediately associated with any casualties.

The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi ((BIEK)) had delayed the exams scheduled for today due to the present rainy weather in the city (August 13). The majority of Karachi's neighbourhoods, including Surjani Town, KDA Chowrangi, Board Office, Numaish Chowrangi, Nagan Chowrangi, Shahra-e-Noor Jahan, Powerhouse, and UP Morr, also saw delayed rain and thunderstorms.

As the air pressure in the Arabian Sea has decreased, severe rains are predicted for today and tomorrow, according to the PMD. According to the current monsoon system, the metropolitan may see severe downpours on August 13 and 14. It issued a warning that the country's lower and central regions are being penetrated by monsoon current flow from the Bay of Bengal.

Rainfall in the port city is anticipated to last until August 14. The PMD stated that the city might also see severe gusts. Early on Saturday, a series of heavy downpours pounded the regional capital, flooding the streets, drowning automobiles, and making it difficult for commuters to get to their destinations.