Thunderstorm Likely at Isolated Places in Kashmir on September 10

Thunderstorm Likely at Isolated Places in Kashmir on September 10

Islamabad, September 10, 2023 – The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has released a weather forecast indicating the likelihood of a thunderstorm at isolated locations in Kashmir on Sunday, September 10, 2023.

In the PMD’s daily weather report, it is highlighted that while most parts of the country are anticipated to have dry weather, there is a possibility of rain-thunderstorm activity occurring in isolated areas of Kashmir and its surrounding hilly regions.

Weather Recap Over the Last 24 Hours:

The past 24 hours witnessed prevailing hot and humid weather across the majority of Pakistan. Despite the widespread heat, certain areas experienced much-needed rainfall, offering relief from the intense temperatures. The recorded rainfall measurements, in millimeters (mm), for various regions are as follows:


• Islamabad (Zero Point 30, Bokra 24, Saidpur 11)

• Rawalpindi (Shamsabad 15, Chaklala 06)

• Narowal 09

• Sialkot (City 08, Airport 03)

• Murree 08

• Gujranwala, Gujrat 04

• Attock, Chakwal 01

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa:

• Kakul 18


• Kotli 08

Highest Maximum Temperatures Recorded Today (°C):

Several areas in Pakistan recorded high temperatures over the same 24-hour period. The recorded highest maximum temperatures in degrees Celsius (°C) include:

• Khairpur 44

• Padidan and Sakrand 43

Advisories and Precautions:

Residents and travelers in the Kashmir region are advised to stay informed about the weather conditions and take necessary precautions in light of the anticipated thunderstorm activity. It is crucial to heed any official weather warnings and updates to ensure safety during adverse weather events.

Given the potential for rapid changes in weather conditions, individuals are encouraged to remain connected to local meteorological updates for the latest information on weather patterns in their respective areas.

As Pakistan braces for varied weather conditions, preparedness and awareness become key components in minimizing risks and ensuring the well-being of communities. The PMD’s regular updates serve as a valuable resource for individuals and authorities to stay ahead of changing weather scenarios.