Hot and Humid Weather to Continue for 2-3 Days

High temperatures and humidity is expected in most parts of the country with partly cloudy conditions in upper parts of Punjab and the northern areas.

In Lahore and its suburbs, dry weather with partly cloudy conditions was observed which will continue for the next 24 hours.

According to the Met Office, weak monsoon currents are entering the upper parts of the country. A weak westerly wave will hit the upper parts of the country, which is likely to continue for the next two to three days.

However, some isolated parts in Malakand, Hazara, Mardan, Peshawar, Kohat, Rawalpindi, Gujranwala, Lahore and Sargodha divisions, Islamabad, Kashmir, and Gilgit Baltistan are expected to receive scattered rain.

On Friday, the rainfalls were recorded in only two places across the country – Mangla and Bagrote. The highest temperature was recorded in Sibbi where the Mercury touched 45°C.


  • High humidity, temperatures, is normal worldwide. The met offices in Pakistan are privileged with the requisite organisations, NGOs, GOP, the UN network in Pakistan and worldwide. The accredited NGO’s receives GOP grants, and international assistance, privileges, Extremes of the weather heavy rains, winds, humidity, hot weather. Need proper forecasting, projections, to announce the holidays of schools, ask people with disablities, seniors, small children, women, expectant mothers etc. If the Government, the Civil Society is sleeping as they should be awake, and keep the GOP, and he civil society organisations, awake and alert. There should be an alert for population to migrate, or no than human. Several programs are available worldwide to help the population overcome the natural calamity, with rescue operations, radio broadcasts, several UN satellites hovering the skies, to help the administrations how to overcome, provided they qualify, or are trained how to save lives in earthquake, floods, high humdity, etc. Early Warning systems should essentially be enabled, and their compliances too.


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