Hot weather likely to pre­vail

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

ISLAMABAD—Mainly hot and dry weather is ex­pected in most parts of the coun­try dur­ing the next twelve hours.

How­ever, rain dust-thun­der­show­ers with strong gusty winds are ex­pected at iso­lated places in Malakand, Hazara, La­hore, Gu­jran­wala, Mul­tan, Ba­hawalpur, D.I. Khan di­vi­sions, Gil­git-Baltistan and Kash­mir. Mean­while, the Quetta Met Of­fice has fore­cast a dry weather for the pro­vin­cial cap­i­tal dur­ing next 24 hours.

The high­est max­i­mum tem­per­a­ture 37 centi­grade and low­est min­i­mum 24 centi­grade were recorded. The dry and hot weather has been fore­cast for rest of the re­gion.

While, the Mul­tan Met of­fice has fore­cast hot and dry weather for the city and its sub­urbs dur­ing the next 24 hours. On Satur­day, max­i­mum and min­i­mum tem­per­a­tures were recorded as 42.5 de­gree centi­grade and 29.5 de­gree centi­grade re­spec­tively.

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