PESHAWAR -- The Met Office here Thursday predicted thunderstorm rain at isolated places of mountainous Malakand and Hazara divisions during next 24 hours.
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He said widespread thunderstorm rain with snowfall over the hills is expected in KP including Kalam and Malam Jabba valleys during last 24 hours.
Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Friday forecast scattered thunderstorm rains with isolated heavy rainfalls for most of country.
Scattered thunderstorm rain is also expected over south Punjab, Sindh and northeast Balochi-stan.
The Met Department forecasted that thunderstorm rain is expected in the North-Eastern parts of Balochistan.
As a result, widespread thunderstorm rain is expected over Khyber PK, North Punjab, Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir.
ISLAMABAD, August 06, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Friday forecast scattered thunderstorm rains with isolated heavy falls for most of country and exceptionally high level flood in River Indus at Guddu and Sukkur.
By: OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE, June 5 (THE NATION): While the Met office has predicted comparatively dry weather during the next 24 hours in the City and parts of Punjab, there are predictions of heavy thunderstorm rain in Khyber Paktunkhwa and Kashmir and widespread extremely heavy torrential rains, flash floods in Balochistan and parts of Sindh in the wake of cyclone Phet which has since turned into a tropical cyclone and weakened.