The ongoing wave of rains will continue across Sindh and Balochistan provinces for two more days.
Director General Met Office Qamar Zaman Chaudhry said that the rain-causing wind system is still continued, which will cause scattered rains in isolated places of two provinces.
He said a new floodtide would reach Guddu Barrage on August 14 or 15, issuing causations for flood-hit areas in Sindh province.
Dr. Qamar uz Zaman describes global climate change as major cause of recent rains, floods in Pakistan.
He said that although Pakistan has little role in the global climate change, it has been witnessing negative effects of global warming.
He said that Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region usually remains out of the reach of monsoon currents and often there are no considerable monsoon rains in the region. But the recent heavy monsoon rainfall in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is unprecedented as per the record available with our department, he added.
Meanwhile, weather experts also said that global climate change is the major cause of the recent extraordinary rains and subsequent floods in Pakistan.