ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has anticipated precipitation in Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Lahore and Gujranwala division on Thursday nonetheless; exceptional hot climate is likely in upper Sindh and south Punjab.
After rain and hailstorm in different urban communities of the nation, the sun is set to sparkle with full quality
Light precipitation in Islamabad and solid winds in Lahore yesterday limited the temperature however the mercury level keeps on expanding as the new day drew closer.
In the following 48 hours, principally hot and dry climate is normal in many parts of the nation. In any case, light rain-electrical storm is normal at a couple puts in Malakand division, Hazara, FATA and Gilgit-Baltistan.
Temperature of some significant urban communities recorded on Thursday morning was:
Islamabad and Gilgit 15°C, Lahore 22°C, Karachi 28°C, Peshawar 18°C, Quetta 12°C, Muzaffarabad 13°C, Murree 11°C.