The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has issued an official statement outlining weather forecasts for the period spanning from September 15th to September 20th. This forecast encompasses the likelihood of rain, gusty winds, and thunderstorms during this specified timeframe. The meteorological experts at the Met Office attribute these weather patterns to the influence of moderate monsoon currents originating from the Bay of Bengal. These currents are anticipated to penetrate into the upper regions of Pakistan in the coming days.

Moreover, a westerly wave is expected to sweep across these regions on September 16th, potentially intensifying the prevailing weather conditions. The geographical scope of the affected areas is extensive, encompassing locales such as Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan (GB), Murree, Galliyat, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Peshawar, along with numerous other cities and districts.

The Met Office has issued a caution regarding the possibility of moderate to heavy rainfall, which could result in elevated water levels in local Nullahs and streams. Additionally, the risk of landslides looms in vulnerable areas, including Murree, Galliyat, Kashmir, GB, and several others.

Farmers are strongly advised to make necessary adjustments to their agricultural activities in light of this forecast. For tourists and travelers, exercising caution during this period is of utmost importance. It is recommended that the public remain indoors during windstorms, lightning, and heavy rainfall, as these weather events could potentially cause damage to structures such as electric poles and solar panels.

All relevant authorities have been placed on alert, and citizens are encouraged to stay informed by regularly checking the official website of the Pakistan Meteorological Department for the most up-to-date developments regarding this weather situation.

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