LAHORE - The City received light rain on Tuesday with experts predicting party cloudy weather and chances of more rains during the next 24 hours. The rains, however, failed to provide any relief to the Lahorites as high temperature and humidity made the we-ather muggy. On Tuesday, maximum and minimum temperature in the City was recorded 34 degree Celsius and 27.7 C respectively. Relative humidity in the morning was recorded 81 percent, which decreased to 61 percent in the evening. Lahore canal as usual attracted a large number of people including women and children. Not only youths but also elderly people were seen beating the heat by taking a bath in the mud colour canal water. At some places even women were seen taking a dip in the canal water. According to the experts, seasonal low lies over northeast Balochistan and adjoining areas. Mondays low over southeast Rajasthan (India) has moved west-north-westwards and on Tuesday lies over west Rajasthan. Strong southwest monsoon current is penetrating sub mountainous areas of Punjab and Kashmir upto 5000 feet. Local meteorological department has forecast fairly widespread rain with moderate to heavy falls at isolated places for Sindh, south Punjab, Khyber PK and northeast Balochistan during the next 24 hours. Scattered rain is expected over north Punjab, Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan. On Tuesday, DI Khan received 100mm rain, Chhor 54mm, Garhidupatta 50mm, Cherat and Kohat 48mm each, Khanpur 47mm, R Y Khan and Bhakkar 45mm each, Saidu Sharif 39mm, Muzaffarabad 32mm, T T Singh 30mm, Pla-ndri 28mm, Risalpur and Parachinar 27mm each, Rash-idabad and Murree 24 mm each, Peshawar 22mm, Mangla 21mm, Jhang, Lower Dir and Jhelum 19mm each, Multan 16mm, Besham 12mm while Lahore received 02mm rain.