There is no threat of floods or massive winds in Islamabad at the moment.

There is no threat of floods or massive winds in Islamabad at the moment.

UPDATE –  The ICT Administration held a meeting just recently with the reps of Met Dept, Navy, Army, Simli Dam, Rawal Dam, weather forecasting officer, disaster management, water supply, and IESCO. The administration has confirmed that there is no longer a threat of floods or massive winds in Islamabad.

The Meteorological Department of Pakistan in Islamabad has warned that a severe weather system is entering the country any time after Tuesday night. The Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Administration has also issued a red-alert after the warning was received from the Met Office.

According to the warning, strongest winds in seven years with heavy rains and hails are expected in the capital in 48 hours. The ICT administration has told citizens to cover their cars and avoid unnecessary travel on roads during these times.

The ICT has also called a meeting on Wednesday in regard to putting all health institutions in the capital on high alert.

Hailstorm in Islamabad 😍😍

Geplaatst door Islamabadi op Dinsdag 16 april 2019

About Today’s Weather.Monal Restaurant Islamabad .

Geplaatst door WaQas Muhammad Samejo op Dinsdag 16 april 2019

Storm and heavy rain in Islamabad Last night

Islamabad already witnessed strong winds followed by heavy rain and hailstorm in many areas of the city. Social media updates from people show that a few roads and certain areas in Islamabad were flooded with water due to unpredictable heavy rains.

If this happened before the actual strong winds approaching in Islamabad, imagine how bad things could get within the 48 hours. Make sure you stay in your homes as soon as you see the weather getting unusual.