Scorching and humid climate is more likely to prevail in most elements of the nation, the PMD stated.
Moist currents from the Arabian Sea are penetrating into higher and central elements of the nation on Wednesday.
A westerly wave is affecting most higher and central elements of the nation and more likely to persist until Thursday, the Pakistan Meteorological Division (PMD) stated.
Rain and mud-thundershower with gusty winds are anticipated at scattered locations in KP, FATA, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Gujranwala, Lahore, Sargodha, Faisalabad, Bahawalpur divisions and Kashmir, whereas at remoted locations in Sahiwal, Multan, D.G. Khan, Zhob divisions, and Gilgit-Baltistan.
Mild rain and drizzle are anticipated at few locations alongside Sindh coast.
Rain and mud-thundershower with gusty winds occurred at scattered locations in Lahore, Gujranwala, Sargodha, D.G. Khan, Multan, Bahawalpur, Malakand, Hazara divisions, Kashmir, and Gilgit-Baltistan.
The climate remained scorching and dry elsewhere within the nation.
Kashmir: Rawalakot 19, Garhi dupatta 09, Punjab: Bahawalpur (Metropolis 17, AP 06), Lahore (PBO 14, Punjab College eleven, A/P 06), Kot Addu eleven, D.G. Khan, Joharabad 09, Kasur 07, Okara, Mianwali 03, Multan, Layyah, Bahawalnagar 02, Bhakkar, Gujranwala 01, KP: Malamjabba 07, Kakul 03, Saidu Sharif, Dir 02, Decrease Dir 01, GB: Astore 02.
Sibbi forty six°C, Dalbandin, Shaheed Benazirabad forty five°C, Dadu forty four°C.
Date Courtesy: Pakistan Meteorological Division
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