LAHORE Parts of the country including the City received rainfall of light to moderate intensity on Tuesday with experts predicting the wet spell to continue with intervals during the next 3-4 days. The rains over the monsoon belt caused considerable decrease in the mercury level, however, high humidity after the stoppage of rainfall turned the weather muggy, thus adding to the woes of people. First significant wet spell of the current monsoon in major cities caused urban flooding, increasing hardships of motorists and pedestrians. In Lahore, early morning wind storm that followed by heavy downpour caused considerable decrease in the mercury level, providing much needed respite to the heat stricken Lahorites. After stoppage of rain, the weather turned muggy that caused the Lahorites to sweat at noon and in the afternoon. Frequent outages multiplied the miseries of the Lahorites. Lahore Canal, as usual, attracted a large number of people including women and children at noon and in the afternoon. Not only youths, but also elderly people were seen bathing in the canal water. At some places, even women were seen beating the heat by taking a dip in the mud coloured canal water. On Tuesday, maximum and minimum temperature in the City was recorded 32.2 degree Celsius and 23 C respectively. Relative humidity in the morning was recorded 84 per cent which decreased to 64 per cent in the evening. According to the experts, a trough of westerly wave persists over Kashmir and adjoining areas. Seasonal low lies over northeast Balochistan. Moist current from Arabian Sea is reaching Punjab up to 5000 feet. Local meteorological department has forecast partly cloudy weather with chances of rain for the City during the next couple of days.