ISLAMABAD, May 25 (APP): Mainly, very hot and dry weather is expected in most parts of the country however, rain-thunderstorm is likely at one or two places in Kashmir and its adjoining hilly areas during next 24 hours.
Seasonal low pressure area lies over north Balochistan and
its adjoining areas. A westerly wave is still affecting Kashmir
and its adjoining areas and likely to affect during next 24 to
48 hours, an official of Met Office told APP.
In last 24 hours rain-thunderstorm occurred at scattered
places in Rawalpindi, Malakand, Hazara Divisions, Islamabad,
Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir.
Weather remained hot and dry elsewhere in the country
during this time-span.
Rainfall recorded during this time period remained Murree
81mm, Mangla 09mm, Sialkot Cantt 03mm Rawalakot 28mm, Garhi Dupatta 13mm, Muzaffarabad 09mm, Kotli 05mm Kakul 23mm, Malamjaba 20mm, Balakot 10mm, Dir 02mm, Kalam 01mm, Gupis 12mm, Gilgit 09mm, Astore 08mm, Bunji 03mm, and Skardu 02mm.
Maximum temperatures recorded on Wednesday remained Sh. Benazirabad 48øC, Dadu, Padidan, Sukkur, Moenjodaro, Turbat 46øC, Larkana, Jacobabad, Rohri 45øC, Islamabad 32øC, Lahore 33øC, Karachi 35øC, Peshawar 36øC, Quetta 34øC, Gilgit 19 øC, Chitral 28øC, Hunza 15øC, Muzaffarabad 27øC, Murree 20øC, Skardu 21øC, Faisalabad 33øC, Multan 38øC, Hyderabad 41øC, Dir 27øC and Kalat 30øC.