The weather department in a statement predicted rain or dust-thundershowers in upper and central parts of the country during next couple of days.
'Islamabad, Lahore, Quetta, Peshawar, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Gujranwala and other cities to receive rain'
ISLAMABAD: The Met Office has informed that a westerly wave will likely to enter Balochistan on Saturday night and to grip other parts of the country on Sunday, ARY News reported. The weather department has predicted widespread rain and thunderstorm and snowfalls over the hills accompanied by gusty winds in Balochistan from Saturday night to Sunday, while at scattered places in Sindh's Sukkur, Larkana, Shaheed Benazirabad and Hyderabad divisions, while at isolated places in Karachi division on Sunday. Widespread…
KARACHI: Hot and dry weather will grip Karachi on Saturday (today) and is likely to prevail in the coming few more days, according to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD). PMD director Abdul Rasheed said the people of Karachi will witness an increase in the temperatures from September 22 to Sept 26. The mercury is likely to touch 38 °C today and tomorrow (Sunday), he added. The met official said the hot weather will begin to neutralise in the metropolis from Sept 26. Meanwhile, the Met Office said a…
World Trade Organization said that it expects strong trade growth through this year and next but warned progress would be "undermined" if governments implement threatened protectionist measures.
WASHINGTON: The IMF on Tuesday left its global economic forecasts unchanged into 2017 but called on governments to take action against the threats of low growth and protectionism. With Britain voting to secede from the European Union and US presidential candidates disfavoring open borders, the International Monetary Fund said populist politics imperiled free trade and economic growth. Global output is expected to grow this year by 3.1 percent before rising to 3.4 percent next year, estimates that are unchanged from July,…
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Meteorological Department has predicted a hot spell of searing weather from Monday (today) to Thursday this week, ARY News reported.