For the second day in a row, Karachi was battered by intense rainstorms, strong gusts, and lightning, which swamped low-lying regions and caused extensive power outages. Gulshan-e-Hadeed, North Nazimabad, Shahrah-e-Faisal, M.A. Jinnah Road, I.I. Chundrigar, Saddar, Malir, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Gulistan-e-Johar, Scheme 33, and other areas have recorded rain.

The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) had earlier in the day predicted further rain, along with strong gusts and lightning.

The upper and central regions of the country are being affected by a westerly wave, according to a statement from the Met Office. The southern regions of the nation are being penetrated by moist currents, it was said.Today's showers in the port city are predicted to be moderate to heavy, according to weatherman Jawad Memon.

He added, "This afternoon, the rain-bearing skies will begin to form over Karachi." He added that a low-pressure area was present over Indian Gujrat and the region around it, and that the weather pattern could bring rain to lower Sindh between now and September 15.

The meteorological expert noted that various parts of Balochistan are anticipated to see more rain today as a result of the system. While providing a forecast for the coming days, Chief Meteorologist Sardar Sarfaraz stated that there is a possibility of rain in Karachi this afternoon (Tuesday), and that Tharparkar, Umarkot, and Badin should continue to experience wet weather over the next two days.
He added that it might rain in Dadu, Sehwan, Qambar, and Shahdadkot as well. But after today's anticipated showers, which should reduce the heat intensity, the heatwave will finish in Karachi, he added.

The recent showers, according to a representative of the Met department, are a result of the monsoon spell, which is no longer strong. After September 22, he predicted, there would likely be another wet spell.