LAHORE: Temperatures more arose in the plain parts of the nation, making Thursday as the hottest day of the present summer so far. “Temperatures are likely to increase also within the next few days, particularly in Sindh, Punjab, and Balochistan,” declared a meteorologist in Lahore. And where the very warm weather was troublesome for the fasting people, infants, and the older people, meteorologists declared it was needed for the much-needed melting of snow and glacier to develop water supplies to the dams, and for plants.
Roads in Lahore wore a deserted appear during day time as people preferred to remain inside to guard against the very warm weather conditions. The Met division said the highest temperature in the city was 44 degrees C, the highest so far. Temperatures in a few Sindh, Balochistan and South Punjab cities began to achieve their highest ever levels of the period. Jacobabad, Sukkur, and Moenjodaro documented 49 degrees, Larkana, Rohri, Bahawalnagar 48, Bhakkar, Rahim Yar Khan, Khanpur, Noorpur Thal, Turbat and Sibbi 47.
The highest temperature in Dera Ismail Khan was 46 degrees C, Multan and Faisalabad 45 and Sargodha 44. The Met division declared a shallow westerly wave was present over upper parts of the nation. But it was expected to give dust-thunderstorm and rain at isolated places only in Malakand, Hazara, Kohat, Bannu and Rawalpindi divisions, Islamabad and Kashmir within the next 1 day. Mostly hot and dry weather conditions are expected in many areas of the nation, while very hot in eastern Balochistan, Sindh, plain parts of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.