National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has urged the public to take caution and take precautionary measures as the weather worsens.
An announcement by the authority stated that weather forecasts predict scattered rain with few thunderstorms throughout the country.
It noted that the Met Office has also predicted gusts to reach 55 miles per hour during showers.
As such, they emphasized the importance of taking precautionary steps for flooding and other incidents which could take place due to strong winds.
They also noted several points to be careful about. These include ensuring floods would not enter homes and the keeping household items away from the floor in case of floods. They also advised to secure roofs as strong winds are capable of tearing them away.
NDMA further advised to switch off any electronic items unless necessary.
Additionally, they advised travelers to take extra caution when going out to sea and instructed vessels to ensure safety gear and communicative facilities onboard vessels are working properly.
Many tragic incidents have recently been taking place at sea due to the worsening weather. As such, related authorities have been continually advising the public to take caution and working to ensure the public is aware of safety measures.