30 March 2023
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Hot and dry weather has been forecast in Karachi and other major cities of the country in the next 24 hours the Pakistan Meteorological Department forecast on Thursday.

The Met Office said it expected a low of 33 degrees Celsius and a high of 35 degrees. Humidity is at 70%.

The new rain system was expected to hit Karachi last week which could be turned into a cyclone but it moved to Balochistan.

The weather remained hot and dry in most parts of the country. However, a rain-thunderstorm took place in Bannu and Parachinar.

Temperatures in some major cities was recorded this morning as Islamabad 33 degrees, Lahore 34, Peshawar 35, Quetta 29, Gilgit 10, Murree 14 and Muzaffarabad 18 degrees.

Abdul Gh Lone