Pakistan - Sindh province: Karachi and Hyderabad areas. Districts:
Badin, Thatta, Tharparkar, Larkana, Shikarpur, Nawabshah, Dadu,
Balochistan Province: Districts: Jafarabad, Naseerabad, Bolan, Jhal
Magsi, Harnai, Ziarat, Khuzdar, Lasbela, Turbat, Awaran, Machh,
Punjab Province: Sialkot and Narowal districts.
Northwestern India - Rajasthan State: Jaipur area.
Himachal Pradesh State: Garsa area of Kullu district, Baijnath area
of Kangra district .
Gujarat State - Rann of Kutch area: Nakhatrana, Mundra, Bhuj, Gandhidham,
Lakhpat. Banni and Khavda region. Rajkot city.
Indus River and tributaries. Jhelum, Chenab
Monsoon rains damaged hundreds of homes and ruptured a small dam
in Sindh, Pakistan. Five children killed in flash floods in Rajasthan
after years of drought. Flash floods in Gursa valley in Himachal
Pradesh kill at least 30 on July 16. July 28 - 5000 villages flooded
in Sindh Province. "Meteorologists say this year's monsoon
rains broke a 10-year record, with 292 millimetres of rain falling
in 24 hours in the district of Badin over the weekend". Rann
of Kutch area in Gujarat State received "more than half its
annual rain in 24 hours" on July 26. Parts of the ancient ruins
of Dholavira in eastern Kutch inundated by floods. Worst flooding
since 1994 in Sindh, Pakistan. August 11 - Sindh: 178 dead; 141,643
hectares crops destroyed; 1,000 square kilometers flooded; worst
monsoon in a decade in southern Pakistan. At least 400 villages
in Badin district were washed away leaving 300,000 homeless. Balochistan:
400,000 acres crops damaged. Pakistan total deaths: 231. Floods
begin subsiding in southern Pakistan on August 4. August 13 - Chenab
River sweeps away 15 villages in Punjab.
August 21 - roads in Sindh province still flooded up to 2 meters
deep. August 23-5 - 23 people killled by flooding in Ahmadabad city
and Gujarat state
MODIS observations of high levels on the Indus river begin in mid
Southern Pakistan and along the Indus Valley exhibit wetter surface
conditions compared to this time last year according to QuikSCAT