Flood Forecasting Division said that water level in Tarbela Dam was recorded at 1519.94 feet‚ while water inflow stood at 2‚61‚100 cusec and discharge at 1‚10‚000 cusec.
Besides in Mangla Dam‚ water inflow was at 27‚404 cusec and discharge at 12‚000 cusec.
Flood Forecasting Division said that the usable water reserves in both the dams stood at 80‚ 76‚000 acre feet.
Rain and thundershower occurred at isolated places of Islamabad‚ Rawalpindi‚ Gujranwala‚ Lahore‚ Sargodha‚ Malakand‚ Hazara‚ D.I Khan‚ Peshawar divisions‚ Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir during the last twenty four hours.
Mandi Bahauddin has received 101 millimeters of rain‚ Mianwali 71‚ Kotli 42‚ Parachinar 25‚ Murree 16‚ Jhelum and Rawalakot 14‚ Abbottabad and Muzaffarabad 11‚ Kalam and Balakot 08‚ Gujranwala 07‚ Islamabad‚ Chakwal and Peshawar 06 millimeters of rain.
Meanwhile‚ rain and thundershower are expected at scattered places of Punjab (Rawalpindi‚ Gujranwala‚ Lahore‚ Bahawalpur‚ Multan and D.G Khan divisions) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Peshawar‚ Hazara‚ Kohat‚ Bannu and D.I. Khan divisions)‚ Zohb‚ Sibbi and Kashmir during the next twenty four hours.
Isolated light rain-drizzle also likely along Sindh coast.
Meanwhile in Dera Ghazi Khan‚ hill torrents Wadoor‚ Suri Lund‚ Sangharh ‚ Waho Wa‚ and Kora are in medium to high flood due to continuous rains during the past three days.
District administer has warned the people of low-lying areas to shift to safer places.
There are also reports of heavy rain in Mirpur Azad Kashmir.
An expert on weather patterns and forecasting Dr Muhammad Hanif has said the current rain spell is beneficial for cotton and rice crops especially in Punjab.
In an interview‚ he‚ however‚ said that due to less rains‚ the crops and seasonal vegetables could suffer in Sindh province.
Rivers Chenab at Head Marala‚ Ravi at Balloki and Indus at Tarbela are in low floods.
According to Flood Warning Centre Lahore‚ all other rivers in Punjab are flowing normal.
Meanwhile‚ the water level in Tarbela Dam has increased by 13 feet because of rains during the last two days.
According to Flood Forecasting Division in Lahore on Saturday‚ medium flood is also expected in the nullahs of River Chenab‚ Ravi and Kabul‚ Swat‚ Kurram and Gambila and their tributaries during next forty eight hours.
Director Disaster Management Authority Zia-ur-Rehman said in Mirpur on Friday that at least seventeen people have been killed and nine injured in rain-related incidents including flash floods and landslides across Azad Kashmir. Besides‚ two hundreds and sixtyeight houses and tgwentyfive shops have been damaged.
Islamabad‚ Rawalpindi‚ Faisalabad‚ Gujranwala‚ Bahawalpur‚ Dera Ghazi Khan and Kalat divisions and parts of Kashmir have been receiving intermittant rain since Friday morning.
Rawalpindi has so far received 69 milimeters of rain‚ Islamabad‚ 45 and Khuzdar 50 milimeter.
According to a press release of the Commission‚ from medium to high flash flooding is expected in rivers Kabul‚ Kurram‚ Gambila‚Swat and their tributaries due to moderate and heavy rains.
The Chairman National Disaster Management Authority has also directed the provincial disaster management authorities to be ready to cope with any eventuality.
According to met office‚ seasonal low lies over Balochistan and its adjoining areas with its trough extending southeast wards.
Under its influence strong monsoon currents are penetrating in the upper parts of the country.
Temperature of some major cities recorded this morning was:-
Islamabad‚ Gilgit and Muzaffarabad twenty-four degree centigrade‚ Lahore and Peshawar twenty-five‚ Karachi twenty-eight‚ Quetta twenty-three‚ and Murree sixteen degree centigrade.
Flash floods caused by heavy rain have brought havoc in Nowshera District killing two persons besides sweeping away dozens of animals in Pabbi.
The water entered the houses after drains overflowed as a result several walls and houses built of mud were razed to ground.
The District Administration with help of local people have started relief operation in the affected villages.
Chief Minister Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Ameer Haider Khan Hoti has directed the District Administration Nowshera to launch immediate rescue and relief operation in rain and flood-hit areas.
He has also sought a report on the damages to property due to floods.
There is Low Flood at Nullah Aik and Baeen in Sialkot District.
According to the Flood Warning Division in Lahore‚ the River Chenab is in Low flood at Khanki and Qadirabad with water level lowering at Khanki and rising at Qadirabad.
According to Flood Cell Peshawar‚ River Kabul at Warsak‚ River Panjkora at Dir‚ River Khiali at |Charsadda Road and River Indus at Tarbela are in low flood.
Rest of the rivers in the province are flowing normal.