ISLAMABAD: For the next twelve hours, most areas of the country should experience mostly dry weather, but the south will be scorching.However, Gilgit Baltistan Kashmir, upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and northeastern Punjab are likely to see rain, wind, and thunderstorms.
The following major cities’ temperatures this morning:
At 18 degrees Celsius, Islamabad, Lahore, 23 degrees, Karachi, 21 degrees, Peshawar, 5 degrees, Quetta, 11 degrees for Gilgit, 13 degrees for Murree, and 14 degrees for Muzaffarabad.
According to the Met Office’s forecast for Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar, Leh, and Shopian should expect cloudy weather with a chance of rain, wind, and thunderstorms, while Jammu, Pulwama, Anantnag, and Baramulla should expect partly cloudy weather with a chance of rain, wind, and thunderstorm.
The temperature this morning was:
Twelve degrees Celsius in Srinagar and Shopian, twenty-one in Jammu, three in Leh, eleven in Pulwama and Baramulla, and ten in Anantnag.