LAHORE - With the rain giving system moving out, experts have forecast manly hot and humid weather for most parts of the country during the next couple of days.

Rain-thundershower occurred at isolated places in Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, upper Punjab, Malakand, Hazara, Sukkur and Larkana divisions.

Dadu remained hottest place in the country where mercury rose as high as 40 degree Celsius. Maximum temperature in Dalbandin was recorded 39 C, Turbat, Lasbella and Panjgur 38 C. In Lahore, maximum and minimum temperature was recorded 35 C and 22 C respectively. Relative humidity in the evening was recorded 43 per cent.

According to the experts, seasonal low lies over North Balochistan and adjoining areas with its trough extending southeastwards. A westerly wave is affecting northern parts of the country.

Local meteorological department has forecast mainly hot and humid weather for most parts of the country during the next couple of days. However, rain-thunderstorm is expected at isolated places in Malakand, Hazara divisions and Gilgit-Balltistan.

On Sunday, Muzaffarabad received 64 mm rain, Saidu Sharif 24 mm, Dir and Rawalakot 18 mm each, Mangla 17 mm, Garhi Dupatta 14 mm, Malamjaba 13 mm, Jhelum 12 mm, Chakwal 11 mm, Parachinar 09 mm, Murree and Hunza 07 mm each, Jhang 06 mm, Islamabad, Kotli, Gujranwala and Rawalpindi 05 mm each, Astore, Larkana and Jacobabad 04 mm each, Pattan, Mianwali, Gupis and Gujranwala 02 mm each.