Same conditions of dry weather/ meager rainfall will persist in the coming week as well.
Dryness may project agriculture drought over Sindh and Balochistan in the coming days.
Increasing trend of humidity and temperature over agriculture lands may increase chances of pest attack on the standing crops.
Top level soil moisture has been decreased and same will persist for the next week as well.
Heat index in on increase which may cause sunstroke/sunburn etc. It is advised to avoid facing direct sunlight from 10 AM to 4 PM.
Highlights of Decadal bulletin (3rd Decade of July, 2012)
Light to moderate rainfall with few heavy showers reported from the agricultural plains of Punjab, KP and Kashmir during the last decade. For rest of the areas zero or below normal rainfall occurred.
Although day temperatures remained high same as were in the previous decade except scattered places in upper Sindh and coastal parts of Balochistan.
In agricultural lands of Punjab, Sindh and KP, humidity remained high, above 50 %.
Reference evapotranspiration remained high in the lower half of the country, especially in the upper Sindh region.
Mainly hot and humid weather is expected in major agricultural lands of the country during next decade.
Farmers of cotton belt are advised to take in time precautionary measures to protect their cotton crop for the attack of pests especially attack of Melay Bug, Jassid, Thrips & Whitefly.
NATIONAL AGROMET CENTRE (NAMC)
PAKISTAN METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT
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