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Islamabad and Rawalpindi receives rainfall and hailstorm


Komal FatimaWeb Editor

21st Feb, 2020. 10:11 am
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Islamabad and Rawalpindi receives rainfall and hailstorm

Islamabad and Rawalpindi received rainfall and hailstorm today morning.

Rainfall and hailstorm have provided relief to the citizens from dust and allergies. But the situation has created problems in the Potohar region.

The twin cities received dense clouds and strong winds.

Weather in Karachi is predicted to be sunny whereas Punjab may receive light rain today.

Minimum temperature can exist between 17 to 19 Degrees Celsius in Karachi whereas the maximum temperature can remain from 33 to 35 Degrees Celsius.

Pakistan Meteorological Department predicts light rain in few parts of Punjab. However, the weather will remain mostly dry in several parts of the country.

A few areas have received snowfall. Areas including Upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Islamabad, Kashmir, Upper Punjab, and Gilgit Baltistan received snowfall in the last 24 hours.

Rainfall recorded in the different areas (in mm) were Rawalpindi, Chaklala (32), Shamshadabad (26), Islamabad (29), Saidpur (16), Golra (3), Bokra (8).

Minimum temperatures recorded today morning were (in degrees Celsius) were Gupis (-5), Skardu (-4), Kalam, Astore (-2), and Para Chinar (-3).

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