Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the Potohar area, Islamabad, southeast Sindh, northeast/south Balochistan, Gilgit Baltistan, and Kashmir are predicted to have rain with wind and thundershowers during the course of the next 12 hours.
During the projected timeframe, some heavy falls are anticipated. It was 21 degrees Celsius in Islamabad and Gilgit this morning, 26 degrees in Lahore, 28 degrees in Karachi, 27 degrees in Peshawar, 16 degrees in Murree, and 25 degrees in Muzaffarabad.
A partly overcast day with a risk of rain, wind, and thundershowers is predicted for Srinagar, Jammu, Pulwama, Anantnag, Shopian, Barmula, and Leh, according to the weather prediction for Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
The following temperatures were measured this morning: Pulwama and Shopian (18 degrees), Jammu (26 degrees), Leh (12 degrees), Srinagar, Anantnag, and Baramula (19 degrees). Low-lying regions were flooded on Saturday in Islamabad and Rawalpindi due to heavy rain.
After the rain, water pooled on the roadways. Rain fell in Murree and many areas of Azad Kashmir on Saturday. More than 66 millimeters of rain have been reported in the twin cities thus far, according to the meteorological department. According to MD Wasa, they are prepared to handle any emergency circumstance.
The Meteorological Department predicted that rain would most likely fall in several Sindh districts between September 18 and September 20. In Jhang, Faisalabad, Okara, Renala Khurd, and other Punjabi cities, heavy rain and high winds reduced the severity of the current heatwave conditions.
From Thursday evening, monsoon currents are predicted to penetrate eastern Sindh, which might bring sporadic thundershowers to the Karachi division through September 20.