Rain show over for Pakistan, dry and hot days ahead

March 23, 2018 5:33 PM |

Pakistan Weather post

The recent Western Disturbance has given widespread rain and snow over the hills of Pakistan. In fact, rains show lasted for 2-3 days.

Punjab province also saw some rain and thundershowers on March 20 and 21.

The intensity of these rains reduced in the last 24 hours. Although most parts of the country went dry, some light rain and thundershowers occurred at isolated places in Malakand and Hazara divisions.

Within the span of 24 hours from 8:30 am on Thursday, Dir and Parachinar recorded 5 mm of rains, Balakot 2 mm, while Murree and Bagrote witnessed some rainy traces.

As per Skymet Weather, now, the Western Disturbance has moved away eastwards. As a result, rains would reduce over almost the entire country. But the remnants of the system may continue to give isolated rain and thundershowers for the next 24 hours.


Thereafter, the weather would clear up and the temperatures would also start rising. In the coming 2-3 days, the maximum temperatures are expected to increase by 3-4 degrees in parts of Pakistan.

Thus, the temperatures that are at present settling in mid-20’s to higher 20’s will increase to upper 30’s in next 24-48 hours. Moreover, the maximum temperatures are expected to reach in mid-30’s in the northern parts of Punjab, whereas Balochistan and Sindh would see a significant rise in the temperatures that may settle in higher 30’s with one or two cities even reeling under 40 degrees Celsius.

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