ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Meteorological Department has predicted that isolated rain showers and thunderstorms in northern Pakistan while the rest of the country will experience dry and humid weather.
According to the PMD, an isolated rain-thunderstorm is likely to hit Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, upper and central Punjab, Islamabad, Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan in the next 12 hours.
The Met Office further stated that isolated rains can also be expected to hit eastern Balochistan and south Punjab.
The temperature of the major cities of Pakistan this morning was recorded at: Islamabad 22 °C, Lahore 30 °C, Karachi 31 °C, Peshawar 29 °C, Quetta 24 °C, Gilgit 19 °C, Murree 17 °C and Muzaffarabad 21 °C.
For Karachi, the PMD reported that the weather will remain partly cloudy and light rain can be expected to hit the city.
It also said that humidity in the port city will be 65%.On 27 July, At least 10 people were killed in the two days of torrential rains that lashed several areas of the metropolis. Citizens suffered due to urban flooding, prolonged power outages, and traffic jams.
Authorities informed that 10 people died in different incidents during the rains in Karachi, with seven of them — including a child — killed by electrocution.