Rain likely from Monday
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