Heavy rains followed by wind storms have multiplied the worries of wheat and gram cultivators as latest spell of rains across country has damaged drops besides delay in harvesting. According to Director General (MD) Meteorological office, Dr Haneef though weather was growing dryer in lower parts of the country but upper parts including some parts of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhawa, Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir would receive more rains in the next couple of days. He said during next two days weather would remain partially cloudy but dry in irrigated areas of Punjab and Sindh. The DG Met office said that dry weather would help farmers to complete harvesting of their wheat and gram crops. It should be mentioned that recent rains have caused damages to gram and wheat crops on hundreds of acres in different areas including Lakki Marwat, Talagang, Sahiwal and parts of Punjab and Sindh. Dust storms also affected the Mango gardens in Umerkot, Mirpur Khas and other areas and it was feared that it would also negatively affect the overall mango production.