More rainy days?
A western disturbance has entered North-Western parts of Pakistan including Islamabad as of April 1 and is likely to persist for two-three days. After that it move into India.
Rains in Upper Pakistan
It would cause isolated light to moderate rainfall in the northern parts of Pakistan with strong winds. Hail storms could occur in the mountainous region of the upper Pakistan as well during this period. Following is the forecast of some cities of Upper Pakistan;
- Islamabad could get light thundery rainfall likely from April 1 to April 3, temperatures will remain normal. The temperature will be around 25°C during the next few days.
- Peshawar could get light rainfall during the period.
- Lahore may receive rainfall from April1 to April 3 with dusty winds.
- Gilgit could see some isolated hail storms till April 4.
Dry in Central Pakistan
Areas of South Punjab, Upper Sindh and much of Balochistan will remain dry till April 8. No major activity there.
- Multan will remain dry and sunny with partly cloudy weather. Temperatures could be around 31°C during the next two days.
- Sukker will also remain dry with temperature reaching 35°C on April 2 but they will gradually increase in the coming weeks.
Hot in Coastal (Lower) Pakistan
Day temperatures have risen by 2ºC to 6ºC at a few places along Makran coast in Balochistan and some places of lower Sindh.
- Karachi will remain under hot and dry weather. On April 1 the temperature touched 37 ºC and will hover around it during the next few days.
After April 8??
Temperatures will increase in Sindh but in Karachi they will remain around 35ºC. There could be some partly couldy to overcast weather over many parts Pakistan after April 8. Cyclonic activity could begin in May keeping past weather patterns in mind that will form in the Arabian sea. So watch out Karachiites!