Various areas in Karachi experienced heavy rain on Tuesday morning when heavy sea clouds covered most of the metropolitan city, while many parts of the city experienced power cuts for hours after rains of several millimeters.
“Heavy sea clouds hit Karachi in the early hours of Tuesday and caused heavy rains, which were heavy rains for several minutes or short periods of time,” said Pakistani Meteorological Department official Anjum Zaigham. “This passing rain was observed in Clifton, Defense, the old city area, Gulistan-e-Jauhar, Gulshan-e-Iqbal and several other parts of the city.”
Zaigham said the surface temperature of the Arabian Sea was around 31 degrees, and because of such high temperatures, clouds were produced and pushed towards the city by a strong southwest wind.
“This thick cloud caused heavy rains, light rain and drizzle in many areas,” he said, adding that this phenomenon is expected to continue for the next few days. The highest amount of rain (2mm) was recorded at PAF Base Masroor, while Saddar’s locality witnessed 1mm of it, the official said, adding that some parts of the city only received traces.
On the other hand, according to residents of many areas, they lack electricity immediately after the first rain. They said that after hours of power failure, supplies remained disrupted throughout the day.
The areas most affected are Gulistan-e-Jauhar, Malir, Model Colony and surrounding areas, while residents of the old city area, including Saddar and Garden, also complain of power cuts and disruptions.
Former All Blacks coach Steve Hansen urged New Zealand to be strong in their negotiations with Australia about the future of Super Rugby.
Super Rugby was stopped in March because the COVID-19 pandemic and the future of the southern hemisphere competition are being discussed.
Earlier this week, Australian Rugby (RA) chairman Hamish McLennan said their counterparts in New Zealand were trying to dictate possible trans-Tasman Super Rugby competition requirements, amid reports the NZR was trying to limit the number of Australian teams involved.
Hansen said he felt that New Zealand Rugby must do the best for their rugby players and insisted that they were indebted to Australia.
“Without controversy, we have been guarding Aussies for years,” Hansen told Stuff Media on Sunday.
“And every time we need something from them, especially at a high level, sometimes they disappear.
“Do we owe them something? No. But because we are our nation, and we care more about the game than ourselves, we bend and bend a little.
“I think NZ Rugby is in the mood to have a strong discussion because they only get one chance for that.”
Much of its impact centered on the composition of the Super Rugby of 2021, with both countries reportedly interested in exploring the trans-Tasman competition rather than returning to tournaments involving teams from South Africa and Argentina.
McLennan told Australian media this week that a leaked report stated that the preferred option by NZR was to have only two or three Australian parties in the trans-Tasman competition.
Hansen said what was most important was not to dilute the New Zealand team with more than five teams and to minimize travel for the welfare of the players.
“You have to start with what you want from him? Instead of, ‘OK, we will hold this competition,'” Hansen said.
“It must be truly competitive and produce world-class players. If you let it be facilitated, there is too big a gap between Super Rugby and the rugby test.”
Former All Blacks captain Kieran Read supports the call for an integrated international rugby season but fears money “coming out of the north” might thwart efforts to create a global calendar.
Read believes international rugby needs to move away from the current schedule which often forces players from both sides to play Test matches out of season, but fears of a richer northern hemisphere may continue to influence how the global calendar is organized.
At present, the Northern Hemisphere team is conducting tests in the Southern Hemisphere in June or July – at the end of their season – and the Southern Hemisphere toured in the North in November and December. The international windows, which fall in the middle of the Super Rugby season or European club season, substantially extend the season for top players.
Beaumont is a strong supporter of the world Test championship, although his efforts to build one year ago were stalled by a standoff over promotion-relegation.
Southern hemisphere countries oppose Beaumont’s re-election, supporting the nomination of Argentine Agustin Pichot’s reforms. In part, Beaumont is considered to represent the status quo and is too protective of the Six Nations tournament and the English and French club tournaments. He has made it clear that he will oppose any steps to reschedule the Six Nations, which feature Ireland, France, Italy, Wales, Scotland and England.
Read, who retired from the Rugby Test after last year’s World Cup in Japan and after leading the All Blacks in 52 of 127 tests, hopes an agreement can be reached that will better integrate the global season and give fans more interest.
“I want to see some sort of consistency around the season,” he told the Stuff news website on Tuesday.
“That would be better for everyone involved and especially for the players. So you don’t play outside the season, which shortens your season [and] which means you will not recover well and be ready for next year. “
Read also join many fans in the call for further tours by countries that are playing the test, a step away from the existing competition.
“I think the tour is important for international games,” he said. “The way I see it and the way the game makes money will determine and the money may come out of the north.
“The tour for me is more on the end of the year tour that we have to experience a little. It was the best time for a player and I think the fans might be able to feel it too. When you get a competitive series it certainly makes a pretty good display.”
Rain and thunderstorms might occur Monday, with some bad weather possible in the afternoon. Potential flooding spreads throughout the week due to more chance of rain coming in the following days.
The temperature sat in the 60s this morning with scattered rain, and it can get heavy at times. Storm opportunities rise for the afternoon and evening, when altitude reaches low 70s in the mountains and upper 70s in Upstate.
While rain and storms will expand, bad weather seems isolated with the threat of floods, heavy hail, destructive winds, and possibly isolated tornadoes.
The threat of flooding will continue for the rest of the week as higher low levels cover our area, allowing periods of rain to continue.
It will also bring cold air that allows altitudes to fall to the 60s to close to 70 degrees on Wednesday, limiting the potential for bad weather mid-week.
The estimate is gradually retreating to only a 20% chance of rain on Saturday as temperatures warm up back to the 80s, with rain pop ups and storms returning in forecasts for Sunday.
Meanwhile in the case of Arthur’s Tropical Storm, continue moving north towards NC Beach.
The best opportunity for tropical storm conditions will be in the Outer Banks of North Carolina today when the eye of the storm approaches, but it is likely to stay offshore only.
Tropical Storm warnings have been issued for the NC coast when 40 mph winds, heavy rain and high waves will occur there. Locally, we don’t expect impacts.
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A Flood Watch applies to Detroit and throughout Southeast Michigan from 8am to 11am Monday.
The Lakeshore Flood Warning applies to Macomb, Monroe, and Wayne districts until 8 Tuesday.
The Lakeshore Flood Warning applies to Sanilac and St districts. Clair until 4 pm Tuesday.
DETROIT – Welcome to Sunday, Motown.
Flooding is possible again before the day is over. It gets colder, but more rain and storms will arrive. Areas that become flooded, once again, must face more rain after today. Rain remained in the forecast earlier this week. We are out of here with spectacular weather. It becomes brighter and warmer at the beginning of Memorial Day weekend.
Sunday morning will be cloudy and cool. Temperatures start in the 40s and 50s low. East winds that constantly blow 6 to 12 mph will keep the potential for flooding high along large lakes, especially Lake Erie and Lake St. South Clair meets the Detroit River.
The sun rises at 6.10 am.
Rain and storms began to germinate and develop in places scattered throughout the region. Lighter with the highest in the middle 60s. Anyone traveling must remember the mask, gloves and safe driving skills on the highway and on the road area.
There is a marginal risk for strong to severe storms, especially south of M-59 / Hall Road, with frequent and destructive wind and hail. Swimming is a danger that can cause hydroplaning if someone is not slowing down and not careful. Homeowners will want to monitor basements, gutters and sump pumps to limit or prevent flooding. Being a good neighbor by cleaning the storm channel is a good thing to do, too.
Sunday nights can get wet too. Rain and storms will remain in the area. Temps will be at the low level of the 60s.
The sun sets at 8:50 pm
Sunday nights will get wet and, sometimes, storms. Stay light with overnight lows in the low and middle 50s.
Monday will have on and off the shower in the morning and evening. It will be cooler with afternoon temps in the low 60s.
Even Tuesday has a chance of rain, but the shower will be lighter and more widespread. Tuesday afternoon will be cool and dry with temperatures in the low 60s.
Wednesday will be brighter and brighter with partially clear skies and the highest in the middle and upper 60s.
Thursday and Friday warm up with mostly sunny skies. Daytime temperatures rose to low 70s on Thursday and to the upper 70s on Friday.
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DETROIT – Happy Mother’s Day, and welcome to Sunday, Motown!
We will experience higher temperatures today, but clouds will increase with the possibility of wet weather.
Stay moist tonight and tonight. Sunlight and cold weather are back tomorrow. Higher temperatures and more conditions such as spring arrive gradually this midweek.
Sunday morning will change from mostly cloudy to very cloudy. It will be cold but not as cold as yesterday. Instead of a record low in the 20s, temperatures start in the middle 30s and above. Anytime before lunch will be the driest part of the day. So families with outdoor plans or travel plans for mothers in the morning can expect the nature of mothers to work together. Jackets are still needed to stay warm. Remember to wear your mask.
The sun rises at 6:17 a.m.
New areas with low pressure arrive quickly at lunch time and Sunday afternoon. Light rain then moderate and heavier when the temperature rises to the mid-50s. Plan some indoor activities that are good for mothers, or be careful on the road when activities get wetter.
Rain maybe, Sunday night. It will be cooler with temperatures near 50 ° F, and rain will be heavy at times.
The sun sets at 8:43 a.m.
Opportunities for rain showers stay Sunday night. When it gets colder, the rainfall moves away. The overnight lows will be in the middle 30s.
Monday will be cooler with clear skies. Daytime temperatures reach 50 ° F or less.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays become brighter with more sun. The sky will clear most of the two days. High temperatures Tuesday will be in the mid and upper 50s. Wednesday, we will get to level 60s.
Thursday and Friday will be the warmest day of the week. The highest will approach 70 ° F or more every day. Rain and thunderstorms may occur.
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It will be a warm and pleasant day in the Chicago area
Saturday, because it is above average temperature and most sunny conditions are at
estimates for the region.
After a mild start in the morning, the temperature will drop
continues to rise throughout the day, with the highest topping out in the mid to the top
70s in most locations.
Although the conditions are expected to remain largely dry, there
there are several opportunities for a quick shower to move through the area. At the beginning
rainy afternoon hours can be possible in the western and northern suburbs
Chicago, and then at night, rain has the potential to move
through the southern suburbs and into northwestern Indiana, according to estimates
Sunday temperatures will drop only a few degrees, like
Another highest afternoon in the 70s is expected. Take an occasional shower
it is also possible, but the conditions must remain largely dry throughout the region.
On Monday the temperature is expected to drop to
levels are slightly below normal, with highs above -50 and low-60s at most
location for the beginning of the work week.
The howling wind in East New England made it loud outside the homes of people Sunday night to Monday.
North winds blowing up to 45 mph within 30 miles of the coast will take place throughout Monday, taking temperatures that have cooled down in the lower 40s and pushing temperatures “noticeably” to lower temperatures throughout the 30s!
The rain will not be a very heavy Monday through the night, but it will fall steadily and lightly throughout the day, continue to grow and bring the total rain to near an inch all said on Tuesday morning, when only a rush or initial spark occurs. expected to remain.
In the northern mountains, snow continues to accumulate above a height of 1,500 feet by a few inches, and a few inches above 2,000 feet.
Although drier air pockets are moving east to New England from the Great Lakes on Tuesday, turning off rainfall is one thing – getting a decent cleanup is another achievement that will be slower to produce results. There will be some openings on Tuesday in the north and west of New England, but it is likely to bring sunlight in the afternoon farther southeast.
Wednesday must be a brighter day because the high pressure bubble – sunny weather – strengthens above Nova Scotia. This flow of sunny weather from our east will create a land wind that will keep the coastline cool while inland communities rise to 60 degrees.
A storm system that has strengthened through the Ohio Valley Thursday will cross New England on Friday. All this will produce strong winds south Thursday, especially late, transporting lighter air to New England. This system will eventually produce rain or rain with the possibility of thunder embedded on Friday when the temperature is working at a temperature of 60 degrees.
Although this part of the system doesn’t really spell warm weekends after a storm comes in and by itself, there seems to be a shortage of cold air available behind it, so we might be able to reach the 60s this weekend because the weather is improving and enlightening.
At this point, despite the chance of rain growing towards the middle of next week, our First Standby Weather Team looks at the seasonable temperatures in the first half of next week, and we have reflected this in our exclusive 10-day forecast.
The sun had faded behind clouds in much of New England with rain falling this afternoon and spreading widely tonight, with Maine wanting to stay dry until tonight.
The temperature will drop to the 30s Sunday night with rain turning to snow at higher altitudes in Central New England. When the system rotates over New England, it will drag the air cooler than Canada so that we can see snow piled on the hill on Monday morning, especially on the grassy surface.
A storm can fall more than 3 inches of snow across mountains in Vermont and New Hampshire.
This low pressure will move slowly, keeping Monday wet and windy with highs in the 30s and 40s. Winds blow up to 45 miles per hour. Our first warning for Monday is mainly due to strong winds and wet snow on tree branches which can cause isolated power cuts.
Conditions will improve on Tuesday as the system withdraws and partial cleaning is expected from west to east with more afternoon sun. The temperature must be closer to 50 degrees.
Wednesday will be dry with rising clouds and temperatures in the upper 50s but another storm knocked on the door Wednesday night with rain returning and more rain on Thursday and Friday forecasts. This time around the low rail to our north and pulling in lighter air, so rain is most likely in most areas.
The weather might improve in time for the highest weekend in the 60s, making it feel like spring for the first weekend in May.