7 degree centigrade
on Sunday, forcing the people to remain indoor especially at the time of noon.
MULTAN -- Mercury crossed 46 degree centigrade forcing people to remain indoors on another day of sizzling heat in the city.
The temperature may jump by two to three degree centigrade reached 48 or 49 C within next few days, Deputy Director Metrological department Multan, Muhammad Zawar told on Monday.
The temperature has increased to more than 35 degree centigrade
in different parts of Punjab.
Minimum temperature on Thursday further dipped in Peshawar and was recorded at 01 degree centigrade
According to Metrological report the temperature has been recorded as 6 degree centigrade
in Islamabad, 14 degree centigrade
in Karachi, 8 degree centigrade
in Lahore, 10 degree centigrade
in Peshawar and 4 degree centigrade
The highest temperature across the country was recorded as 45 degree centigrade
in Dalbandin, however, minimum temperature in Murree in the morning time was recorded to be 22 degrees centigrade, while in Multan and Islamabad, and it was 33 degrees centigrade.
The lowest temperature has been recorded -9 centigrade in Parachinar, -8 degree centigrade
has been recorded in Kallat while -7 degree centigrade
in Quetta and Gops.
4- degree centigrade
temperature has been recorded in Skardu, 7-degree centigrade
temperature has been recorded in Rawalakot while 13- degree centigrade
temperature has been recorded in Islamabad.
Fifty-two degree centigrade
was recorded in Larkana, Nawab Shah, Jacobabad and Sibi while 48 degree centigrade
was recorded in Turban, Multan and Bahawalnagar Forty-seven degree centigrade
was recorded in Dera Ismail Khan and Bahawalpur while Bannu, Gujranwala, Lahore, Sargodha and Sialkot witnessed 46 degree centigrade
Maximum temperature recorded in other cities was Karachi 37 degrees centigrade, Nawabshah 49, Hyderabad, Bahawal Nagar and Multan 45, Bahawalpur 46, Sibbi 48, Faisalabad 42, Islamabad 37, Peshawar 38 and Quetta 35 degree centigrade