In its weather forecast, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) predicted hot and muggy weather for the majority of the nation's plains.
It was anticipated that isolated areas might see rain, wind, and thundershowers. Among them were Islamabad, the Potohar region, northeastern Punjab, Kashmir, and the surrounding hilly districts.
A shallow westerly wave was seen in the top areas, but the meteorological study showed that a continental air mass dominated across most of the country. Over the past 24 hours, hot and muggy weather conditions have been the norm.
In Sialkot, Punjab, 4 millimeters of rain were reported at the airport during this time, compared to 4 millimeters in Rawalpindi at Shamsabad and 1 millimeter in Chaklala.
Additionally, Muzaffarabad Airport and City in Kashmir also received 3mm of precipitation, as did Murree.
The two locations with the highest recorded maximum temperatures were Nokkundi (45°C) and Dalbandin (44°C).