Rain likely from Mon­day

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

IS­LAM­ABAD— The weather ex­perts have pre­dicted a rain- spell for dif­fer­ent parts of Pun­jab, Khy­ber Pakhtunkhwa, North­ern Balochis­tan, Kash­mir and Gil­git Baltistan from Mon­day ( May 2).

The rain- spell would break the in­ten­sity of heat wave con­di­tions due to ris­ing mer­cury across the coun­try dur­ing the last few days ac­cord­ing to the of­fi­cial of Pak­istan Me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal Depart­ment ( PMD). The of­fi­cial said a west­erly wave sys­tem is likely to en­ter Balochis­tan province on Mon­day night ( May 2) which would bring good rain in most parts.

The sys­tem would pro­duce rain and dust­storm in the said ar­eas from Mon­day to Wed­nes­day and farm­ers are ad­vised to com­plete har­vest­ing process of Wheat crop to save the crop from any dam­age dur­ing dust storm and rain, the of­fi­cial said. Dur­ing the next 24 hours, hot weather con­di­tions would pre­vail in most parts of the coun­try with rise in day tem­per­a­tures.

Mean­while, The Karachi Me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal Depart­ment on fore­cast Sunny weather in the me­trop­o­lis dur­ing the next 24 hours. The mer­cury is ex­pected to touch max­i­mum 35 to 37 de­grees centi­grade on Satur­day, the Met Of­fice fore­cast.

Hot and dry weather is likely to pre­vail over the most parts of the Sindh Province in the next 24 hours.— APP

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