Rain at isolated places in upper parts

Islamabad—Rain thunderstorm is expected at isolated places in Malakand, Hazara, Rawalpindi, Gujranwala divisions, Islamabad, Upper Fata, Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir however, mainly dry weather to prevail in most parts of the country in next 24 hours.
A westerly wave is affecting western and upper parts of the country and likely to persist during next 24 hours, an official of Met office told APP.
In last 24 hours widespread rain-thunderstorm occurred at upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK), FATA, Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan, while at isolated places in upper Punjab, upper Balochistan and southern KPK.
Rainfall recorded in this time duration was Malamjaba 115 mm, Pattan 94mm, Saidu Sharif 68mm, Dir 64mm, Kalam, Parchinar 62mm, Peshawar city 38mm, Lower Dir 36mm, Chitral 34mm, Peshawar A/P 32mm, Balakot 26mm, Drosh 17mm, Mirkhani 15mm, Cherat, Risalpur 03mm, Kohat, Kakul 01mm. In Gilgit-Baltistan at Chilas 48mm, Astore 35mm, Gilgit 31mm, Bunji 13mm, Gupis 09mm, Skardu 03mm, In Kashmir at Muzaffarabad 10mm, Rawalakot 09mm, Garhi Dupatta 07mm, Kotli 01mm in Punjab at Murree 10mm, and Sialkot city 02mm.
Maximum temperatures recorded on Sunday remained Shaheed Benazirabad 43øC, Padidan, Bhawalnagar 40øC, R.Y.khan, Sukkur, Moenjodaro, Dadu, Bahawalpur, Chhor, Larkana 39øC, Islamabad 26øC, Lahore 36øC, Karachi 35øC, Peshawar 22øC, Quetta 24øC, Gilgit 17øC, Chitral 11øC, Hunza 10øC, Muzaffarabad 18øC, Murree 15øC, Skardu 18øC, Faisalabad 33øC, Multan 35øC, Hyderabad 38øC, Dir 13øC, Kalat 23øC. Pollen count during this time span was 2,474 per m3 of air.—APP

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