For the next 24 hours, Balochistan will get light to heavy rainfall.

The Meteorological Department said that this trend would probably continue for the next 24 hours, hitting both rural and urban areas equally.

As the rain continues, the temperature has become chilly in northern Balochistan, which includes Chaman City and the neighboring districts. The inhabitants find themselves huddled up against the unexpected drop in temperature. The district administration has been informed by the deputy commissioner for Chaman.

This reprieve, nevertheless, comes at a price: the disruption of the electrical supply has left neighborhoods in the dark and caused hardship for the general public.

Additionally, Kohlu and the adjacent areas are still experiencing sporadic rain, which has caused flooding in the low-lying areas and the suspension of the electrical supply.

It was a welcome change of weather for Jacobabad and the neighboring areas, with high gusts and heavy rain. Like in Chaman, though, the happiness was fleeting as power disruptions soon ensued, exacerbating the locals’ problems.

Lahore, meantime, is experiencing a distinct meteorological pattern. The breeze from the wind is pleasant, but the city is still overcast with little likelihood of rain. But despite the mostly quiet weather, there is cause for concern: Lahore’s air quality index has skyrocketed to a worrisome 188, signaling declining air quality.

The problem can be made worse by the recent rains, which could result in a rise in dengue and malaria cases.

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