Monday, June 7, 2010

Phet enters India; sea turns to normal

The panic-triggering tropical cyclone Phet that kept Karachiites worried for over past couple of days, moved past Sindh’s coastline and fizzled out by turning into less-pressure winds, Geo News reported Monday.

Talking to Geo News, DG Meteorological Department Dr Qamaruz Zaman Chaudhry said Phet, turning into low pressure winds, entered India’s Rajasthan, leaving no chances of showers in Sindh including Karachi.

The DG Met said the rain spell might begin in Pakistan’s areas including Upper Punjab and other plain areas owing to the presence low-pressure winds in Indian Punjab.

He said the weather conditions also improved in Karachi and other coastal areas, which make it possible for the fishermen in Sindh to go fishing in open sea.

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