LAHORE, Nov 30 (APP): Pakistan Meteorological department (PMD) has predicted two more weeks of dry weather in the country.
Talking to APP on Monday, Dr Muhammad Hanif Director National Weather Forecasting Centre said that there is no chance of rain to end current dry spell till mid of December.
However, he informed that a moderate rainy spell was expected after mid
December in most parts of the country including the provincial capital.
He said that temperature during these two weeks would drop by almost
two to three degree celsius in most parts of the country.
“Mainly dry weather is expected in most parts of the
country,whereas cold weather is likely in upper parts and
north Balochistan during next 24 hours”,daily weather report
In the city maximum temperature was recorded to be 21 degree
celsius,while minimum remained 11.8 degree celsius on Monday.
Minimum temperatures of some major cities in celsius: Peshawar 9.5, Quetta 1, Islamabad 7.5, Gilgit -2.5,Karachi 17.5, Faisalabad 11.5,
DI Khan 7.