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Is there any chance of rain on weekend?

LAHORE– The weekend is a time to unwind from the rigors of the workweek, and many individuals plan outdoor activities or family gatherings to relax and have fun.

The plans are easily carried out in the winter, but it is difficult to engage in outdoor activities during peak summer or humid weather conditions (such as those experienced presently). So, a change in weather and rain are what is requested.

Rain and wind are nice at any time during the summer, but they are greeted with joy on weekends, bringing smiles to peoples cheeks.

How about this weekend?

This is wonderful news for you. According to weather experts, rain is forecast in numerous parts of the country, including Lahore, on Saturday and Sunday, however the intensity is uncertain.

A day earlier (on Friday), rain in Islamabad and Rawalpindi made the weather nice. Showers and hailstorms broke the heatwave in Murree, Islamabad, and the surrounding areas.

It also rained in Attock and other regions of Punjab, where the wind kept the weather comfortable.

Also Read: Rain and duststorm send temperatures down in Lahore; Met Office anticipates more rain

People in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Mansehra district sighed with relief when rain cooled the temperature down.

By dusk, a rain and dust storm had reached Lahore and surrounding areas, lowering temperatures. It offered individuals with much-needed reprieve from the heat.

The storm, however, disrupted energy supplies since more than 320 feeders of the Lahore Electric supplies Company (LESCO) tripped.

The Met Office predicts rain, wind, and thunderstorms in KP, upper and central Punjab, Islamabad, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Kashmir for the next 12 hours (Saturday and Sunday).

Onset of heatwave

Earlier, most regions of Punjab had terrible weather, with maximum temperatures reaching 40 degrees Celsius.

Read More: PMD anticipates rain and windstorms in numerous areas of the country.

There will be no further rains as temperatures continue to rise across Punjab and Sindh, raising concerns among meteorological experts about the commencement of a heatwave.

The weather forecast predicts that certain areas of Pakistan will remain hot and dry in the next days.

The Meteorological Department has issued recommendations encouraging people to take precautions. They recommend avoiding outdoor exposure at noon, staying indoors if feasible, and drinking plenty of water to be hydrated and safe.
























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