Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province is affected by an earthquake with a magnitude of 4.5.

An earthquake 5.6 on the Richter scale struck parts of Balochistan on Sunday . The tremors were felt in the provinces of Gwadar, Pasni, Ormara, and Kech .

On Saturday, an earthquake of magnitude 4.5 on the Richter scale struck the Khyber Pakhtunkhwas Swat district and adjacent regions, according to local reports.According to the ARY News, Pakistan's National Seismic Monitoring Center (NSMC) confirmed that earthquakes were felt in Kohat and other surrounding areas, although Afghanistan was at the epicenter.So far, no injuries have been recorded.An earthquake 5.6 on the Richter scale struck parts of Balochistan on Sunday.

Since the federal cabinet declared a monsoon emergency in the coming weeks of August, Climate Change Minister Sherry Rehman cautioned that more rains were forecast.According to the spokesperson, all relevant federal and provincial authorities have been urged to be on alert and take necessary precautions.The country will be battered by more rains in the coming week, according to the Pakistan MET department.Heavy rain will fall on Islamabad, Kashmir, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, Balochistan, and Sindh from August the 6th to the 9th, according to Rehman.

Between August 11 and 13, it was announced that two monsoon systems would pour rain on various areas of Sindh, including Karachi.Light to moderate rain is forecast between Saturday, August 6 and August 9, while thunderous rain is forecast from August 11 to 13, according to the Met Office.The first system will cross the Arabian Sea, while the second from the Bay of Bengal.It said that there were fears of urban flooding as a result of the second system, which included Badin, Thatth, Sajawal, Tando Muhammad Khan, Tando Allahyar, Dadu, Jamshoro, and Qamber-Shahdad Kot.

According to the PMD, floods are possible in the rain-fed and local rivers and streams in Qila Saifullah, Loralai, Barkhan, Kohlu, Musakhel, Shirani, Sibi, Bolan, Kalat, Lasbela, Awaran, Turbat, Panjgur, Pasni, Jiwani, and Ormara and Gwadar.