The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has predicted predominantly dry weather for Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and most parts of the country on Tuesday evening/night and Wednesday. The current synoptic situation indicates that continental air dominates most regions of the country, with a westerly wave expected to approach the upper parts on Thursday.
Due to these prevailing conditions, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and most of Pakistan are anticipated to experience mainly dry weather on Tuesday evening/night and Wednesday. The upper regions of the country are expected to face colder temperatures. Scattered light rain is likely to occur on Thursday, accompanied by partly cloudy skies.
During the morning hours, fog or smog is likely to develop in plain areas of Punjab, Sindh, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
In Islamabad, the minimum temperature is expected to remain between 5-7 degrees Celsius on Wednesday and 7-9 degrees Celsius on Thursday. In Rawalpindi, the minimum temperature is anticipated to range from 8-10 degrees Celsius on Wednesday to 10-12 degrees Celsius on Thursday.
During the past 24 hours, dry weather has prevailed over most parts of the country, with cold conditions in the northern regions. Leh was the coldest place in the country, with the mercury dropping to 6 degrees Celsius below the freezing point. In Islamabad, the minimum temperature was recorded at 7 degrees Celsius, while the relative humidity in the morning was 93 percent. In Rawalpindi, the minimum temperature was 10 degrees Celsius, and the relative humidity in the morning was 88 percent.