Rain likely at isolated places


Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) Saturday forecast rain wind-thunderstorm (snow over high mountains) in north and central Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Kashmir, Gilgit Baltistan, Punjab, Islamabad and upper Sindh in next 24 hours.

Few hailstorm and isolated heavy fall are also expected in Kashmir, Gilgit Baltistan and upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa during the period, MET office reported.

The Multan Met office has forecast partly cloudy weather with chances of thunderstorm and rain for the city and its suburbs during the next 24 hours.

On Saturday, maximum and minimum temperatures were recorded as 32.7 degree centigrade and 17.8 degree centigrade respectively.

The humidity was recorded 77 per cent at 8 am and 36 per cent at 5 pm. The sun will rise at 06:16 am and set at 18:27 pm tomorrow.

The Bahawalpur Met Office has forecast a partly cloudy weather for the city during next 24 hours.

The highest maximum temperature 34 centigrade and the lowest minimum 19 centigrade were recorded during last 24 hours. The partly cloudy weather has also been forecast for rest of the region.

A strong westerly wave is affecting western parts of the country and likely to grip upper and central parts on Sunday and may persist till Rainfall (mm): D.G.Khan (Fort Munro 09), Barkhan 04, Khuzdar, Muslim Bagh 02 and Parachinar 01.

Minimum temperature’s recorded in (°C): Leh -05, Kalam, Skardu, Parachinar, Astore and Gupis 01.—APP

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