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Floodwaters ravaged hundreds of villages in Pakistan's main province of Punjab on Wednesday, destroying homes, soaking crops and threatening more lives. Aid workers warned that bloated rivers soon would surge into the country's south, prompting more evacuations.
Punjab in the country's east and Sindh province in the south, however, should expect significant rainfall, he said.
This year, it already has received 6.3 inches, said Muhammad Hanif, head of the National Weather Forecasting Center in Islamabad.