Rain likely in up­per re­gion

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

IS­LAM­ABAD—Pak­istan Me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal Depart­ment (PMD) on Wed­nes­day in­di­cated chances of rain-thun­der­storm at few places of up­per parts of the coun­try dur­ing the next 24 hours. Rain-thun­der­storm is ex­pected in Malakand, Hazara, Rawalpindi, Gu­jran­wala, Lahore, Ba­hawalpur, Sukkur di­vi­sions, Gil­git-Baltistan and Kash­mir.

Mainly hot and dry con­di­tions to pre­vail over most parts of the coun­try. Low pres­sure area is lo­cated over north­east Balochis­tan and its ad­join­ing ar­eas. A west­erly wave is still af­fect­ing up­per and cen­tral parts of the coun­try and likely to per­sist dur­ing the next 24.

The rain­fall recorded dur­ing the last 24 hours was FATA: Parachi­nar 19mm, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Bannu 11, Kalam 10, Chi­tral 08, Pat­tan 07, Drosh, Mirkhani, Dir 03, Malam­jabba, Balakot 02 and Saidu Sharif 01. Gil­gitBaltistan: As­tore 11, Chillas, Gil­git, Ba­grote 01, Balochis­tan: Zhob 05, Barkhan, Barkhan 01. Pun­jab, Khanpur 04, Mul­tan, Jhelum, Layyah, Sahi­wal, Faisalabad, Bhakkar 01 and Sindh: Jac­cob­a­bad 03mm.

The high­est max­i­mum tem­per­a­tures recorded dur­ing the last 24 hours were Dadu 45 C, Sha­heed Be­nazirabad 44 C, Pa­di­dan, Larkana, Sibbi, Kot Addu, Ba­hawal­na­gar 43 C.

The tem­per­tau­res in the other cities were Is­lam­abad 32C, Lahore 37 C, Karachi 35 C, Peshawar 33 C, Quetta 28 C, Gil­git 28 C, Chi­tral 24 C, Hunza 26 C, Muzaf­farabad 28 C, Mur­ree 23 C, Skardu 26 C, Faisalabad 38 C, Mul­tan 40 C, Hy­der­abad 40 C, Dir 25 C, Kalat 30 C. The Pollen count dur­ing the last 24 hours was 171 cu­bic per me­ter of air.—APP

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Pakistan

© PressReader. All rights reserved.