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Rain likely in KP, Punjab, GB, Kashmir.

ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Monday forecast rain with thunderstorm for isolated places of Upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Northeast Punjab, Gilgit Baltistan and Kashmir during the next 24 hours.

An official of PMD told that this rain would not be a part of monsoonal activity which is caused by easterly wave but it would be the result of westerly trough present in the upper air.

The day temperatures would rise across the country especially in the plain areas of the country from Wednesday till Friday and there are chances of another monsoon rain spell by the weekend, the official said.

The highest maximum temperatures recorded during the last 24 hours were Shaheed Benazirabad 45 C, Turbat 43 C, Dalbandin, Larkana, Moenjodaro and Padidan 42 C. The maximum temperatures recorded were Islamabad 37 C, Lahore 39 C , Karachi 35 C, Peshawar 35 C, Quetta 35 C, Murree 26 C, Muzaffarabad 36 C, Gilgit 31 C.

The rainfall recorded during last 24 hours was Muzaffarabad 42 mm, Balakot 35, Parachinar 26, Malamjabba 19, Lasbella 17, Chakwal 16, Shorkot 15, Dir 12, Kohat, Kalam and Rawalakot 06, Chirat and Hunza 05, Mangla, Mirkhani and Barkhan 04mm.
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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Geographic Code:9INDI
Date:Jul 2, 2013
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