- Anticipated rain, wind, and thundershowers within the next 24 hours as predicted by the PMD.
- Sunday’s temperature in Islamabad to range from 28°C to 31°C with clear skies and gentle 5 km/h winds.
- Monsoon currents from Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal, along with a westerly wave.
The federal capital of Pakistan, Islamabad, is anticipated to experience warm and humid conditions on Sunday. The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has forecasted the possibility of rain, winds, and thundershowers within the upcoming 24 hours. This update comes as the city grapples with sultry weather conditions.
Temperature and Weather Conditions
The temperature in Islamabad is projected to range between 28°C to 31°C on this Sunday, accompanied by sunny skies. A gentle breeze of around 5 km/h is expected, with a visibility of 16 km.
Air Quality Status
Currently, the air quality index in Islamabad stands at 35, indicating a “good” level of air quality. This quality is generally acceptable for the majority of people, though individuals who are more sensitive might experience mild to moderate symptoms due to prolonged exposure.
Monsoon currents originating from the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal are infiltrating the upper regions of Pakistan. Additionally, an influence from a westerly wave is being felt across the upper and central parts of the country.
Over the next twelve hours, regions including the Potohar area, Islamabad, upper Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit Baltistan, and Kashmir are expected to witness rain, accompanied by gusty winds and thundershowers. Meanwhile, other parts of the nation should prepare for hot and humid weather conditions.