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As rain lashes sections of the country, the weather turns lovely.



As strong rainstorms battered many regions of the nation on Friday, the cold wave has returned.

In the early hours of the morning, there was a lot of rain in certain parts of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Azad Kashmir. There was rain on Thursday in Islamabad and Rawalpindi, and on Friday morning, the weather cleared up in several areas of Lahore.

Details indicate that following a downpour, the weather in Lahore, Khushab, Jhelum, and Hafizabad improved. The mercury decreased in Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir, due to heavy rain.

The snowfall that was observed in Neelam Valley brought the cold wave back.

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Rain that calms nerves in Islamabad, Pakistan




On Friday, rain brought beautiful weather to the twin towns of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

Islamabad is currently covered in clouds, although the heatwave was broken by showers and a hailstorm.

In some other parts of Punjab, where the wind contributed to the lovely weather, it also rained in Attock.

When the rain dropped the temperature in the Mansehra district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, people exhaled with relief.

Rain is expected to persist until Saturday, according to the Meteorological Department.


Nine districts are likely to see rains on Friday as a rain-generating storm is predicted to hit Balochistan.

Rain on May 10 and 11, according to the Met Office, will keep the weather mild.


Lahore is anticipated to have a minimum temperature of 26 degrees Celsius and a maximum temperature of 41 degrees Celsius, indicating that the city is still experiencing severe weather.

The forecast calls for very light rain in Lahore on Sunday.

With its average rating of 162 on Friday, the city’s worsening smog condition has been making headlines.

The majority of the country was expected to see hot, dry weather over the next three days, according to the Met Department’s previous forecast.

On the other hand, it stated that isolated areas of Gilgit-Baltistan may have partly overcast weather with light showers and thunderstorms.

According to the Met office, countrywide plains should see a modest increase in daytime temperatures.

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On May 10, a westerly wave will arrive and cause temperatures to climb.




On May 10th, a westerly wave is predicted to enter the western portion of the nation and reach the upper parts on May 11th.

From May 8 to 10, daytime temperatures in Balochistan are expected to stay 3–5°C above average due to the effect of this weather system.

On May 10 and 11, Quetta, Zhob, Ziarat, Barkhan, Kalat, Khuzdar, Qilla Saifullah, Kohlu, and Mastung are predicted to see a rain-duststorm or thunderstorm. In addition, Kharan, Chagai, and Panjgur districts anticipate dust or thunderstorms during that time.

From May 8 to May 10, Sindh daytime temperatures are predicted to stay 3–5°C above average. On May 10 (night) and 11, there is a chance of rain, dust storms, and Qambar-Shahdad Kot in the districts of Sukkur, Jacobabad, Kashmore, Larkana, Dadu, Jamshoro, and Sanghar.

Daytime highs of 03–05°C are predicted for Punjab and Islamabad between May 8 and May 10. On May 10–12, Lahore and other northern Punjabi areas could expect rain, possibly mixed with dust or thunderstorms.

In the South Punjabi districts of Dera Ghazi Khan, Rajanpur, Bhakkar, Layyah, Multan, Kot Addu, Muzaffargarh, Rahim Yar Khan, Sadiqabad, Khanpur, Bahawalpur, and Bahawalnagar on May 10 and 11. During this time, remote areas should also prepare for hailstorms.

In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, daytime highs are anticipated to stay between 02 and 03°C above average from May 8 to May 10. From May 10 to 12, rain, along with a dust storm or thunderstorm, is predicted in the majority of the province, including Peshawar. During this time, remote areas should also prepare for hailstorms.

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Temperature in Karachi increases due to sea wind suspension.




Since the Arabian Sea winds that normally moderate the city’s climate were suspended, Karachi has been experiencing sweltering weather since the morning.

As per the Met Office, the city’s minimum temperature today was recorded at 27 degrees Celsius. Temperatures will feel between 40 and 42 degrees Celsius, with a maximum anticipated to hit 37 degrees, according to the weather office.

As reported by the Met Office, the port city’s humidity ratio rose to 77 percent.

Even during the worst heatwaves in the area, the sea breeze’s cooling influence on the environment typically manages the city’s temperature.

After the city of Karachi was shut off to winds coming from the Arabian Sea, a severe heatwave in June 2015 resulted in over 1100 heat-related deaths.

About 400 kilometres out from Karachi, an unusual weather system occurred in the Arabian Sea that killed the sea wind. It was a large, low-pressure area that eventually developed into a depression.

Over a few days, the depression stayed afloat in the Arabian Sea, raising the temperature in Karachi by ten degrees Celsius and resulting in an unusual number of deaths from the severe weather during Ramadan in 2015.

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