Rainfall is anticipated to occur at the start of Ramadan in 2023, according to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD).
The country is likely to experience rain during the first few days of Ramadan, while the rest of the Holy Month will remain comparatively hot, according to the Met Office.
In addition, the Met Office forecasts that Karachi’s weather will continue to be hotter than normal for the next three to four days before things start to get better after March 12.
Meanwhile, the plains will experience higher temperatures while the overall weather will continue to be dry.
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 were the recorded temperatures.
However, the start of Ramadan is expected to bring rain to Pakistan, and the season will likely be pleasant during this time.