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More Rain Predicted in Rawalpindi, Islamabad & Parts of Pakistan

More Rain Predicted in Rawalpindi, Islamabad & Parts of Pakistan

More Rain Predicted in Rawalpindi, Islamabad & Parts of Pakistan

More Rain Predicted in Rawalpindi, Islamabad & Parts of Pakistan

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  • Expect rain, wind, and thunderstorms in Islamabad, Rawalpindi on Friday night.
  • Islamabad’s Saturday temperatures will range from 39°C to 41°C.
  • Rawalpindi recorded a maximum temperature of 41°C.
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Expecting rain, wind, and thunderstorms in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and other areas of Pakistan on Friday night and Saturday.

According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), most of Pakistan is experiencing continental air, while a shallow westerly wind is affecting the upper regions of the country.

In these circumstances, the twin cities and isolated areas in the Potohar region, northeast Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, and northeast/south Balochistan are expected to experience more rain, wind, and thunderstorms on Friday night and Saturday. Meanwhile, hot and dry weather is anticipated in other parts of the country.

On Saturday, Islamabad is expected to have maximum temperatures ranging from 39°C to 41°C, with Sunday’s temperatures forecasted to be between 38°C and 40°C.

Rawalpindi is expected to experience maximum temperatures ranging from 40°C to 42°C on Saturday, with temperatures likely to be between 39°C and 41°C on Sunday.

In the past 24 hours, hot and dry conditions were predominant across most parts of the country. Southern and central regions experienced extremely hot weather. Light rain was observed in the twin cities and isolated areas in Kashmir, the Pothohar Region, upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Lasbella.

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Rainfall (mm):

Kashmir: Rawalakot 05, Muzaffarabad (Airport 04, City 01)

Punjab: Attock 03, Islamabad (Airport 03, Golra, Zero Point 01), Murree 02, Rawalpindi (Chaklala, Ketchari 02, Shamsabad 01)

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Chitral 01

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Balochistan: Lasbella 01

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Sibbi recorded the highest temperature in the country at 47°C. Bhakkar, Joharabad, and Jacobabad reached a maximum of 46°C, while Dadu, Gujranwala, Mandi Bahauddin, Nokkundi, and Sargodha recorded temperatures of 45°c.

Islamabad reached a maximum temperature of 43°C, with an evening relative humidity of 21%.

Rawalpindi registered a maximum temperature of 41°C, with an evening relative humidity of 17%.

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