Hot, dry weather pre­dicted

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

ISLAMABAD—Weather re­mained very hot and dry in most parts of the coun­try to­day and no change is ex­pected in weather con­di­tions dur­ing the next 24 hours. How­ever, iso­lated rain with thun­der­storm with gusty winds is ex­pected in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Gu­jran­wala, Lahore, Faisal­abad, Multan, Sahi­wal di­vi­sions, FATA and Kash­mir.

The high­est max­i­mum tem­per­a­ture of fifty de­gree centi­grade was recorded in Ja­cob­a­bad. Mean­while, Pe­shawar Met Of­fice Wed­nes­day pre­dicted that mainly very hot and dry weather is ex­pected over most parts of the prov­ince.

How­ever rain-thun­der­storm with gusty winds, dust storm is ex­pected at few places in Hazara di­vi­sions and FATA dur­ing evening and night. Dust storm with high speed winds is ex­pected at iso­lated places of Pe­shawar, Mar­dan, Ko­hat, Dera Is­mail Khan and Bannu Di­vi­sions in the evening and night dur­ing com­ing 24 hours. The met of­fice pre­dicted that mainly very hot and dry weather is ex­pected over most parts of Khy­ber Pakhtunkhwa.

How­ever rain-thun­der­storm with gusty winds, dust storm is ex­pected at few places in Hazara di­vi­sions and FATA (Kur­ram, Khy­ber agen­cies). Dust storm with high speed winds is ex­pected at iso­lated places of Pe­shawar,DI Khan and Bannu Di­vi­sions.—APP

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