- Pakistan Meteorological Department forecasts increased rainfall and cooler temperatures for the coming week.
- Warnings have been issued for potential urban flooding and landslides in certain parts of the country.
- Air quality in Islamabad is categorized as poor, with a high pollution level.
The Pakistan Meteorological Department has issued a forecast for the coming week, anticipating increased rainfall and cooler temperatures in the region. However, they have also issued warnings of potential urban flooding and landslides in certain areas of the country.
Islamabad Rain Update
The Met Office has predicted rain and thunderstorms in isolated areas of Islamabad over the next 12 hours.
Islamabad Temperature Today
As of noon, the temperature in Islamabad was recorded at 31°C, with an expected decrease in the evening. The humidity level in the city was approximately 63%, and winds were blowing at 10km/h. The maximum UV Index reached 6, indicating a high level of UV radiation, with visibility around 5km.
Islamabad Air Quality
The air quality in the federal capital was measured at 69, categorizing it as poor. This high pollution level makes it unhealthy, particularly for sensitive groups. Individuals experiencing symptoms like difficulty breathing or throat irritation are advised to limit their time outdoors.