OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - The weather turned pleasant after Fridays scattered rain in provincial metropolis which downed the mercury level and the Lahorites had a sigh of relief and came out of their homes to enjoy weather and rushed to the City parks and other recreational places. Whereas such light rain spell did not cause any emergency like situation for the officials of Water and Sanitation Agency after rain and according to an official of Emergency Helpline of Wasa, no stagnation of water or chalked sewerage system in any area of the city was reported. However, the weather pundits issuing sever weather warning, forecast widespread rain with thundershower and isolated heavy showers which are expected in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh and Kashmir during the next 24 hours. Heavy rains may generate urban/flash flooding in the local rivers and streams. According to the local Metrological Office, more rains are expected in provincial metropolis Lahore as well as in Islamabad and other cities of the country including Rawalpindi, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Sargodha, Sahiwal, and Dera Ghazi Khan divisions. Five divisions of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa - Peshawar, Kohat, Bannu, Hazara, Dera Ismail Khan and Kashmir are also forecast to receive rain. Isolated rain may occur over Gilgit-Baltistan and lower Sindh while during the past 24 hours scattered rain with thundershower occurred in upper Punjab, upper Khyber Pukhtunkhwa and Kashmir. Weather remained hot and humid elsewhere in the country. However, maximum temperature in some major cities of the country was recorded 34 Celsius in Lahore, 34 Celsius in Islamabad, 35 Celsius in Karachi, 36 Celsius in Peshawar and 42 Celsius in Quetta. Chief amount of rainfall during last 24 hours was in Lahore 02 mm, Chakwal 53 mm, Dir 43, Gujranwala (Rahwali) 30, Islamabad 16, Kakul 14, Mianwali 12, Sargodha 10, Faisalabad 10 and in Chaklala 06 mm.