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Pakistan weather update: PMD predicts this summer would be warmer than usual

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LAHORE: According to The News on Monday, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has issued a warning that the country would likely see higher temperatures than normal over the upcoming summer months.

The Met Office predicts that from this month through May, the heat will likely be more intense than usual due to below-average rainfall.
According to the Met department, the country experienced 77% less rain in February, which resulted in average day and night temperatures that were 3 to 5 degrees Celsius higher than usual.
The average March temperature was up to 26°C for the 30 years before to 2022, and a little increase was noted in 2017. But this time, there’s a chance that the heat will get even worse.
According to the prognosis, the temperature was probably going to be higher than average not just in March but also in April and May.

Today’s weather

Today’s weather is predicted to be mostly dry throughout much of the nation and hot during the day in plain areas.
The highest temperature on Sunday was 40°C in Mithi, while in Lahore it was 31°C and the lowest temperature was 16.6°C.
However, the PMD stated last week that rain is anticipated to begin at the start of the holy month of Ramadan.
The last few days of March are predicted to be rainy in the country, although the second and last Ashra of Ramadan is predicted to be relatively hot.

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