The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Thursday said monsoon currents continue to penetrate upper and central parts of the country.
A westerly wave is affecting upper parts of Pakistan and likely to persist during the next few days.
Rain and thunderstorm (with few heavyfalls) are expected at scattered places in Rawalpindi, Gujranwala, Lahore, Sargodha, Hazara divisions, Islamabad, and Kashmir in the next 24-hours. Isolated places in Malakand, Peshawar, Kohat, Bannu, D.I. Khan, D.G. Khan, Sibbi, Mirpurkhas divisions, and FATA are also likely to receive downpour in the next 24 hours.
Hot and humid weather is expected in most parts of the country, according to PMD’s forecast.
Past 24 hours weather
Rain and thunderstorm occurred at scattered places in Sargodha, Gujranwala, Rawalpindi, Kohat, D.I. Khan divisions, Islamabad, while at isolated places in Mirpurkhas, D.G. Khan, Malakand divisions and Kashmir on Wednesday.
The weather remained hot and humid in other parts of the country.
Total rainfall (mm) during the last 24 hours
Punjab: Noorpurthal 68, Islamabad (Saidpur 29, Bokra 15, Golra 03, Z.P Trace), Gujranwala 16, Kamra 15, Sialkot (City 14, A/P Trace), Joharabad 13, Chakwal 12, Sargodha 11, Jhelum 06, Gujrat 02, Kot Addu, Rawalpindi, Mianwali, Mangla, M.B Din 01, KP: D.I. Khan 19, Kohat, Malamjabba 02, Sindh: Nagarparker 07, Kashmir: Kotli 03.
Yesterday’s highest maximum temperatures
Nokkundi, Sukkur 44°C, Sibbi, Dalbandin 43°C.
Data courtesy: Pakistan Meteorological Department