People in Pakistan brace for more rain as aid starts to arrive

Tens of millions of people in Pakistan are bracing for even more water in regions already devastated by flooding. Weather officials are predicting another burst of heavy rain soon.

The southern province of Sindh is one of the hardest-hit areas. It's seen more than four times the amount of rain than the 30-year average. Residents are struggling to retrieve possessions from their flooded homes. They're floating them out on whatever they can use, including cooking pans.

Meanwhile, aid is finally starting to arrive in the disaster zone. In the province of Punjab, people waited in a long line to receive food and other goods.

Experts say climate change may be contributing to the flooding by causing glaciers to melt in northern Pakistan.
The catastrophe has affected 33 million people and killed more than 1,200.