LAHORE - The City received showers on Wednesday with experts predicting more rains during the next 3-4 days. Lahore received 20 mm rain. Strong wind, first monsoon rains and overcast conditions caused considerable decrease in the mercury level, providing some respite to the Lahorits from harsh weather conditions. However, clearing of sky, abundance of sunshine and high-level of humidity made the weather muggy in the afternoon that caused the Lahorits to sweat. On Wednesday, maximum and minimum temperature in the City was recorded 34 degree Celsius and 22 C respectively. Relative humidity in the morning was recorded 83 per cent, which decreased to 48 per cent in the evening. The rains added to the miseries of the citizens as the rainwater accumulated on roadsides. Digging of roads for rehabilitation of sewerage at a number of places caused problems for the motorists and pedestrians. The rainwater on roadsides and slippery conditions of roads caused frequent traffic jams on a number of City roads. Several incidents of skidding of motorcycles were also reported from various parts of the City. People came out of their houses in the evening to enjoy change in weather brought by rains. Major parks and picnic spots attracted a large number of people including women and children. A great rush was witnessed at Racecourse Park, Bagh-e-Jinnah, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Jallo Park, Lahore Zoo and other picnic spots in the City in the evening. According to the experts, Tuesdays trough of westerly wave over northern part of the country has moved slightly eastwards. Seasonal low lies over northeast Balochistan and adjoining areas. Southwest monsoon current from Arabian Sea is reaching Punjab upto 5,000 feet. Local meteorological department has forecast partly cloudy weather with chances of thundershowers for the City during the next 24 hours. Met office has forecast scattered rains for NWFP, Northern Areas, Kashmir, Northern and Northeastern Punjab during the next 24 hours. On Wednesday, Jassar received 30 mm rain, Multan 12 mm, Kallar 11 mm, Zafarwal and Alexandra Bridge 10 mm each, Okara and Besham 8 mm each, Sialkot 7 mm, Jhang and Ura 7 mm each, Faisalabad 6 mm, D G Khan and Pattan 5 mm each, Mangla, Skardu and Palku 4 mm each, Sargodha, Shorkot, Dir, Rohtas and Domel 2 mm each, Sahiwal, Rahwali, Kohat, Chilas, Jhelum, Maraqla and Tanda received 1 mm each while Gilgit received traces of rain.