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Islamabad, Pakistan weather forecast: isolated rains, gusty winds expected!

Islamabad, Pakistan weather forecast: isolated rains, gusty winds expected!

Islamabad, Pakistan weather forecast: isolated rains, gusty winds expected!

Islamabad, Pakistan weather forecast: isolated rains, gusty winds expected!

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  • Scattered rain and thunderstorms are expected in Islamabad and Rawalpindi.
  • Isolated rain and thunderstorms are forecast for several regions, including Islamabad.
  • Sibbi recorded the highest temperature in the nation at 48 °C.
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ISLAMABAD – Scattered rain and thunderstorms are expected in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and parts of Pakistan on Wednesday evening or night, Thursday, and Friday.

According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), weak moist currents from the Arabian Sea are moving into central Pakistan, and a shallow westerly wave is affecting the upper regions.

Under these weather conditions, isolated rain and thunderstorms are expected in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, the Potohar region, northeast Punjab, Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Wednesday evening and night and the following two days. Hot and humid weather is likely in other parts of the country.

Islamabad’s maximum temperature is expected to range between 39 and 41 °C on Thursday and 38 and 40 °C on Friday.

Rainfall (mm):

Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa: Dir (upper 09), Bannu 02

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Punjab: Jhelum 01

Sibbi stayed the hottest spot in the nation, registering a maximum temperature of 48 °C. Gujranwala followed closely at 47°C, with Dera Ismail Khan, Mandi Bahauddin, and Dadu at 46°C.

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That sounds like a pretty warm day! What was the rest of the weather like? Any wind or other notable conditions?

It seems like it was quite hot in both Islamabad and Rawalpindi! The lower humidity in Rawalpindi might have made it feel a bit less sticky compared to Islamabad. Did you experience this weather firsthand?

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