LAHORE The City received scattered rains on Friday with experts predicting cloudy weather and more rains during the next 24 hours. The rains added to the woes and miseries of motorists and pedestrians as the inundated rainwater on roadsides and slippery conditions caused massive traffic jams. Several incidents of skidding of motorcycles were also reported from various parts of the City. On Friday, maximum and minimum temperature in the City was recorded 33 degree Celsius and 26.5 C respectively. Relative humidity in the morning was recorded 92 per cent, which decreased to 76 per cent in the evening. According to the experts, seasonal low lies over north Balochistan and adjoining areas and its trough extends up to upper parts of the country. Southwest monsoon current from Arabian Sea is penetrating sub mountainous areas of Punjab and Kashmir up to 5,000 feet. Shallow trough of westerly wave lies over Kashmir and adjoining areas. Local meteorological department has forecast scattered rains with isolated heavy falls for north Punjab, Khyber PK and Kashmir. Met office has also forecast isolated rains for south Punjab, northeast Balochistan and Gilgit-Baltistan. On Friday, Islamabad received 75 mm rain, Mangla 35 mm, Balakot 27 mm, Rawlakot 18 mm, garhi Dupatta 14 mm, Risalpur and Kotli 12 mm each, Jhelum and Mandi Bahauddin 11 mm each, Murree 09 mm, Kakul 08 mm, Parachinar 05 mm, Sialkot and Saidu Sharif 04 mm, Muzaffarabad 03 mm, Badin 01 mm while Skardu, Hunza, Kohat and Karachi received traces of rain. Munawar leaves for Sukkur Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Syed Muanwar Hasan left here Friday afternoon for Sukkur for a visit to the flood affected areas in the Sindh province. He will go round the relief camps set up by the Al-Khidmat Foundation and the JI for the marooned people in Sukkur and Shikarpur districts on Saturday (today).