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PMD predicts mainly hot and dry weather in most parts of Pakistan


Komal FatimaWeb Editor

06th Jun, 2020. 11:25 am
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hot and dry weather

Mainly hot and dry weather is expected in most parts of the country during day time on Saturday (today).

However, rain- wind-thunderstorm is expected in Punjab including Potohar region, northeastern Balochistan, Islamabad and Kashmir during evening/night hours. Meanwhile, dust-thunderstorm with rain at few places is also expected in districts of Sindh.

According to the met department of Pakistan, moist currents from Arabian sea are reaching central and northeastern parts of the country.

Karachi receives a hot weather today as temperature recorded was 37 degrees Celsius. Humidity recorded was 72 percent. The maximum temperature in Karachi can remain from 35 to 37 degrees Celsius in the next two days.

Mainly hot and dry weather is expected in most parts of the country during day time on Sunday (tomorrow). However, rain- wind-thunderstorm is expected in Punjab including Potohar region, upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, northeastern Balochistan, Islamabad and Kashmir during evening/night hours.

Rain wind-thunderstorm occurred in districts of Punjab, northeastern Balochistan, upper Sindh, Islamabad, Gilgit Baltistan and Kashmir in the last 24 hours. Hot and dry weather prevailed in other parts of the country.ِ

Rainfall(mm): Punjab : Sialkot (A/P 71, city 19), Gujranwala 30, Narowal 29, R Y Khan 24, Gujrat 17, Attock 03, Mandi Bahaudin,Khan pur 02, Kashmir: Garhi dopatta 21, Kotli 08, Rawalakot 07, Sindh: Chhor 06, Rohri, Jacobabad 01, Balochistan, Barkhan 04.

Yesterday’s recorded Highest Maximum Temperature’s (°C): Mohenjodarro, Jacobabad, Dadu 45, Turbat, Dalbandin 44, Sibbi, Nokkundi and Sukkur 43.

Severe Cyclonic Storm “NISARGA” in Eastcentral Arabian Sea

Severe Cyclonic Storm (SCS) “NISARGA” moved further North-eastward with speed of 20kmph during last 06 hours and made landfall near South Gujarat-Maharashtra coast, India.

Fishermen of Sindh were advised to remain careful and not to venture in deep sea till 4 June due to rough sea conditions. This is the last bulletin in this regard.

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