The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has predicted rainfall during the start of Ramadan 2023.
According to the Met Office, the country is likely to experience rain during the first few days of Ramadan, while the remainder of the Holy Month will remain relatively hot.
Furthermore, the Met Office has predicted that weather in Karachi will remain hotter than usual during the next three to four days and the situation will improve after March 12.
Meanwhile, the overall weather will remain dry with increased temperatures in the plains.
The temperatures recorded were 11°C in Islamabad, 11°C in Quetta, 18°C in Lahore, 21°C in Karachi, 15°C in Peshawar, 7°C in Gilgit, 5°C in Murree, and 12°C in Muzaffarabad.
However, the Met Office has predicted rain across Pakistan during the start of Ramadan and the weather will likely become pleasant during this time.