LAHORE City received another spell of heavy rainfall on Monday evening which paralysed the routine life of the Lahorites particularly the residents of the low lying vicinities of the City and traffic jams were also witnessed at some busy roads due to stagnation of rainwater. However, the Met Office predicted another spell of rains with isolated heavy showers during current week in various cities of Punjab and Balochistan on Tuesday to Friday. Inundated rainwater on roadsides caused traffic jams on a number of arteries particularly of the low lying areas. Despite stagnation of water on the roads, which caused hurdles in smooth flow of traffic, people come out of their houses in the evening to enjoy the weather. Mainly, the traffic messes were witnessed on Ferozpur Road, Jail Road, Litton Road, Ravi Road, Circular Road, Aziz Road, Misri Shah, Chah Miran Road, Ghoray Shah Road, Allama Iqbal Road, Garhi Shahu, Queens Road and some other important roads of the City due to stagnation of water which also exposed the performance of the Water and Sanitation Agency. However, some of the roads were presenting picture of ponds and the stagnation of water not only caused problems for the commuters but also added to the miseries of pedestrians. On Monday, maximum and minimum temperature in the City was recorded 20 degree Celsius and 11 C respectively. Relative humidity in the morning was recorded 72 per cent after the rain which earlier was up to 58 per cent in the afternoon. However, local meteorological department forecast cloudy weather for next four days from Tuesday to Friday. Moreover, the countrywide rain and snowfall over the hills, overcast conditions and continuously blowing winds caused considerable decrease in the slowly increasing mercury level, bringing back chill in weather during daytime in general and at night in particular. Most parts of the North Balochistan also received scattered rain/shower with isolated hailstorm in Quetta and adjoining areas on Monday. Quetta received 22mm rainfall so far. Met Office informed that most parts of Pakistan are in the grip of a westerly weather system that will produce intermittent rains in most parts of the country during next three days. Under the influence of this weather system, widespread rain is predicted in Balochistan on Tuesday/Wednesday, while scattered rains are expected in Khyber Pakhtoonkhawa, Punjab and GB-Kashmir from Tuesday to Thursday, and isolated rain/showers also expected in parts of Sindh during the period. Met Office further informed that another spell of good snowfall is expected over the hills of Murree, Galiyyat, Swat, Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir from Wednesday to Friday. Northern areas of the country would receive intermittent rain/snow during next 3 to 4 days. Rainfall (mm) recorded in Parachinar 15.0, Quetta 22.0 mm, Bhakkar 4.0 mm, DI Khan 1.5, Bannu 1.0, Multan Trace, Shorkot Trace, Hunza Trace.