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May snowfall in Kalam breaks 30 years’ record


SWAT: Kalam received snowfall in the month of May breaking 30 years old record, citing local sources ARY News reported on Sunday.

The winter has returned back in Swat after rainfall and hailstorm in Mingora and other areas of the region.

Kalam received 17mm rainfall while snowfall reported in upper areas of the region, which has been a weather record. Snowfall in May has happened after 30 years. The wet spell has brought back cold weather in the area.

According to the weather report dry weather will prevail in most of the plains in the country. However, upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Potohar region, Islamabad, Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan will receive rain with gusty winds with thunderstorm, while hailstorm is also expected at some places.

In last 24 hours maximum rainfall (27mm) was reported in Kashmir’s Rawlakot, Kalam 17mm, Malam Jabba 22mm, Hafizabad 19mm, Joharabad 15mm, Chakwal and Mangla 12mm.

Yesterday maximum temperature was recorded 42 degree Celsius at Shaheed Benazirabad, Larkana, Mohenjo Daro and Padidan.

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