STORY: More than 1,100 people, including 380 children, have been killed.
The United Nations appealed for aid on Tuesday for what it described as an "unprecedented climate catastrophe."
Army helicopters plucked stranded families and dropped food packages to inaccessible areas as the historic deluge, triggered by unusually heavy monsoon rains, destroyed homes, businesses, infrastructure and crops, impacting 33 million people, 15% of the 220 million-strong South Asian nation.
The country has received nearly 190% more rain than the 30-year average in the quarter through August this year, totalling 15.38 inches. Sindh province, with a population of 50 million, was hardest hit, getting 466% more rain than the 30-year average.