The second monsoon spell of the season is expected to begin from Tuesday. The spell is anticipated to hit the scattered areas of the upper parts of the nation with an average intensity along with breezy winds and thundershowers for the span of next four to five days.

Rainfall is possibly expected to fall in the district of Malakand, Hazara, Lahore, Rawalpindi and Gujranwala on Tuesday. The intensity of the spell would likely to increase on Wednesday with moderate to isolated heavy rainfall in Lahore, Gujranwala, Peshawar, Mardan, Malakand, Hazara and Rawalpindi.

The spell is likely to continue until Saturday, as informed by an official of the Met office.

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In the span of next twenty-four hours mainly hot and humid weather to grip most parts of the nation. A seasonal Low lie above the North Balochistan with its channel heading eastward.

In the last twenty-four hours, the maximum temperatures recorded maintained at 48°C in Sibbi, 45°C in Turbat, Dalbandin, Nokkundi, Rohri, D.I. Khan and Bhakkar, 41 °C in Multan, Gilgit, Peshawar, Islamabad and Faisalabad, 40°C in Muzaffarabad, 39°C in Lahore and Chitral, 38°C in Quetta, 34°C in Karachi and 28°C in Murree.

Owing to the deficiency of rainfall in Pakistan, the country is facing the worst water crisis the country has ever seen. Due to the lack of rainfall the biggest reservoir in Pakistan—Tarbela Dam has also reached a dead level on Sunday. Mangla Dam would also follow suit if the rainfall does not hit soon.

Lack of rainfall fall is pretty disturbing but as predicted that there are chances of second monsoon spell from tomorrow. Lets just all pray that may the monsoon spell be a blessing and be adequate enough to satisfy the water crises the country is currently facing.

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