Little Rain Brought Big Relief for the Citizens – Research Snipers

Little Rain Brought Big Relief for the Citizens

On Saturday, many parts of the country received rainfall of different intensities, hence the chill and cold of the Winter season was brought back to some extent.

The rain affected the normal life by creating floods on various portions of the roads and roadsides, it even caused multiple traffic blocks and led to load shedding in many urban areas.

In the provincial capital of Punjab, the rain started the previous night and kept on pouring until noon. In the city of Lahore, the partly cloudy weather, light winds and rains caused a substantial decrease in the temperature during the daytime and at the night time, hence bringing back cold in the weather.

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The maximum temperature in Lahore was recorded at twenty-three degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature recorded was at fourteen degrees Celsius. The humidity was recorded at seventy-two percent during the evening time.

The rain added more to the complaints of the motorcyclists and pedestrians. Huge traffic jams were seen on the significant roads of the city. Many incidents of slipping of motorcycles also came in reports in different parts of the city.

As per the experts, a westerly wave is affecting the temperature of the northern parts of the nation. Another wave of this westerly spell is most likely to affect the western parts of the country on either the evening or night of Sunday.

According to the forecasts of the Local Meteorological department, there is an expectation of cold and dry weather for most of the parts of Pakistan including Lahore for the next coming days.

However, the rain-thunderstorm is likely to fall on the regions including Makran divisions, Quetta, Kalat and Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) during the period.

The little rain spell brought joy to the people as people tried making most of the weather and were reported to be seen enjoying the weather at various picnic spots.

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