Lahore: The Ministry of Meteorology issued an advisory report on Wednesday. Starting from Thursday, the upper parts of Pakistan, including Lahore, are expected to experience heavy rain.
The Meteorological Department said that the current rainfall in Sindh, including Karachi, has ended and the weather will remain dry for the next ten days. However, there may be light rain in some areas of the province during this time.
Rain is expected in Islamabad, Upper Punjab and Central, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit-Baltistan and most of Kashmir on Thursday, while thunderstorms are expected in some parts of southern Punjab. At the same time, Sindh and Balochistan provinces will experience dry and hot weather.
In the past 24 hours, thunderstorms have occurred in most parts of Upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Upper Punjab and Central, Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan, but the weather in other parts of the country Still dry.
Yesterday Jhang recorded 91mm of rain, Joharabad 54, Nurpur Thal 52, Islamabad 45, Attock 32, Murree 24, Khanewal 20, Rawalpindi 21, Chakwal 19, Faisalabad 15, Toba Tek Singh 14, Bhakkar 13, Bahawalnagar 10, Sargodha 08, Hafizabad 2, Multan 1, Malam Jabba 86, Balakot 79, Pattan 64, Kakul 62, Chirat 53, Kalam 44, Saidu Sharif 24, Dir 18, Takht Bai 13, Peshawar 8, Mirkhani, DI Khan 8, Darosh 2, Muzaffarabad 87, Garhi Dupatta 7, Chilas 13, Gopis and Bagrut 3 and Gilgit and Astor had 2 mm of rain.