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Pakistan Weather Forecast: Dry Weather in Most Parts, Hot Weather in Central and Southern Regions


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Pakistan is expected to experience dry weather in most parts of the country over the next twelve hours, according to the latest forecast from the Pakistan Meteorological Department. However, the central and southern regions can expect hot weather during the daytime, with gusty winds also likely in the plains and coastal areas.

The temperature in several major cities has been recorded this morning, with Islamabad and Gilgit reporting twelve degrees Celsius, Lahore nineteen, Karachi twenty-five, Peshawar fifteen, Quetta and Muzaffarabad thirteen, and Murree six degrees Celsius. These temperature readings indicate that while the weather is relatively mild in some areas, it may be uncomfortably warm in others.

Meanwhile, the Met Office forecast for Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir suggests that the region will experience dry weather in Srinagar, Jammu, Pulwama, Anantnag, and Baramula, with cold and dry weather in Leh and partly cloudy skies in Shopian. This morning’s temperature readings in these cities indicate that Srinagar was seven degrees Celsius, Jammu fifteen, Leh minus four, Pulwama and Baramula four, Anantnag and Shopian five degrees Celsius.

It is important for people in these areas to be prepared for the weather conditions that they are likely to experience over the next twelve hours. Those in central and southern regions should take precautions to stay cool during the daytime, such as staying indoors or wearing light-colored, loose-fitting clothing. People in areas where gusty winds are expected should take care when driving or walking outside, as debris and loose objects may be blown around.

Residents of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir should also be prepared for the cold and dry weather that is expected in Leh, as well as the partly cloudy skies in Shopian. They should dress warmly and be mindful of the potential for icy roads and sidewalks.

The weather forecast for Pakistan over the next twelve hours indicates dry weather in most parts of the country, with hot weather in central and southern regions and gusty winds in the plains and coastal areas. Residents in affected areas should take appropriate measures to stay safe and comfortable during this time.

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