The Pakistan Meteorological Department predicted on Saturday that the weather will remain hot and dry during Eid ul Fitr. The people are going to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr from June 4 to June 7 in Pakistan and other parts of the world.
According to the source, the MET office predicts that the temperature is continuously rising up for a couple of weeks. That’s why, in the first week of June, it will be observed hotter. It is mainly due to continental air that will overlap different parts of the country in the first week of June.
However, a decline in the temperature will be observed in the first week of July due to the rainfalls. Due to the continental air’s prevalence in various regions of the country, the dust-thunderstorm and rains have been observed in a few places in Bannu, Peshawar, Hazara and Malakand. However, mostly, the weather is hot and dry.