In the last 24 hours, several parts of northern Pakistan experienced heavy rainfall, with Rawalpindi topping the charts, according to the Pakistan Meteorological Department.
The downpour brought relief to some regions and increased concerns about flooding in others.
Rawalpindi received the highest amount of rainfall in the region, with 72 mm recorded in Chaklala and 50 mm in Shamsabad. The capital city, Islamabad, also witnessed significant rainfall, with Bokra recording 59 mm and Zero Point reporting 54 mm. Syedpur in Islamabad received 37 mm, while Golra saw 19 mm of rainfall.
Toba Tek Singh received 28 mm of rainfall, while Jhelum recorded 23 mm.
In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Bajaur received the highest rainfall at 60 mm, followed by Dir with 45 mm. The region of Kashmir also experienced 19 mm of rain in the highest umbrella class, according to the Meteorological Department.
Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department in Dera Ismail Khan has forecasted intermittent rain accompanied by strong winds and thunder in the coming days.
In the hill station of Murree and its surrounding areas, overnight thundershowers added to the charm of this popular tourist destination. Tourists are relishing the beautiful weather, even though there has been a noticeable drop in temperature.