LAHORE - Various parts of the country including the City received rains of varying intensities on Wednesday with experts predicting the wet spell to continue during the next couple of days. The rains disturbed normal routine life in major cities by causing urban flooding. Inundated rainwater and slippery conditions of roads caused massive traffic jams in urban areas. In Lahore, scattered rains failed to provide any relief as abundance of sunshine and high level of humidity caused the Lahorites to sweat throughout the day in muggy weather. The rains, though light, added to the woes and miseries of motorists and pedestrians. Frequent traffic jams were witnessed at major City roads due to slippery conditions of roads. Several incidents of skidding of motorcycles were also reported from various parts of the City. On Wednesday, maximum and minimum temperature in the City was recorded 33 degree Celsius and 26 C respectively. Relative humidity in the morning was recorded 85 percent, which decreased to 70 percent in the evening. According to the experts, Tuesdays seasonal low over north Gujarat (India) has merged into seasonal low and now lies over Balochistan and adjoining areas. Strong mon-soon current from Bay of Bengal is penetrating sub mountainous areas of Punjab and Kashmir upto 5000 feet. Local meteorological department has forecast cloudy weather with chances of rains for the City during the next 24 hours. Met office has forecast widespread rain with isolated heavy falls for Punjab including Islamabad, Khyber PK, northern parts of Balochistan, upper Sindh and Kashmir. Ra-ins are also expected at scattered places of Gilgit-Bal-tistan, lower Sindh and coastal areas of Sindh and Makran. On Wednesday, Lower Dir received 228 mm rain, Pattan 119 mm, Muzaffarabad 118 mm, Rawlakot 114 mm, Garhi Dup-atta 110 mm, Murree 105 mm, Saidu sharif 101 mm, Peshawar 99 mm, Malakot 76 mm, Karachi 70 mm, Bannu 68 mm, Sibbi 65 mm, Padidan 59 mm, Jacobabad 58 mm, Sargodha 50 mm, Kotli 48 mm, Kakul 46 mm, Drosh 43 mm, D I Khan 42 mm, Dadu 37 mm, Mianwali 32 mm, Bahawalpur 31 mm, Che-rat and Thatta 29 mm each, Toba Tek Singh 28 mm, Kalam 27 mm, Parachinar 25 mm, Lasbela and Sahiwal 24 mm each, Chitral 23 mm, Mirkhani and R Y Khan 22 mm each, Islamabad 21 mm, Shorkot and Bhakkar 20 mm each, Naw-abshah 19 mm, Gupis, Mirpur Khas and Multan 15 mm each, Gilgit 14 mm, Hunza 13 mm, Sialkot and Mandi Bahauddin 11 mm each, Faisalabad 10 mm, Chilas, Khanpur and Astore 08 mm each, Jhelum 07 mm, D G Khan 06 mm, Joharabad 04 mm, Pasni and Jhang 03 mm each, Chohor and Bunji 02 mm each, Moenjo Daro, Mithi and Hydera-bad 01 mm each while Lahore, Larkana, Kamra, Rohri and Sukkur received traces of rain.