OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE The City, like various other parts of the country, received the rain on Sunday which provided the people the well sought-about respite from the hot weather. As the mercury level has decreased, the experts have predicted a wet spell to continue during the next couple of days. In Lahore, the people have started spending their evenings outside of their homes to enjoy the pleasant weather. Major parks and picnic spots attracted a large number of people, including women and children, on Sunday evening. The city dwellers thronged parks such as the Baghe Jinnah, Racecourse Park, Gulshane Iqbal, Jallo Park, and the Lahore Zoo. As a result, traffic jams were as witnessed in the close vicinity of these picnic spots. On Sunday, maximum and minimum temperature in the City was recorded 32 degree Celsius and 18 C respectively. Relative humidity in the morning was recorded 82 percent which decreased to 46 percent in the evening. According to the experts, a westerly wave persists over northern parts of the country with less intensity. Local meteorological department has forecast partly cloudy weather with chances of thunderstorm/rain for the City during the next couple of days. Met office has forecast scattered rains for north Punjab, Khyber PK, Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir. On Sunday, Pattan received 96 mm rain, Garhi Dupatta 86 mm, Muzaffarabad 71 mm, Rawlakot 67 mm, Murree 66 mm, Kotli 52 mm, Kakul 46 mm, Pasni 35 mm, Sialkot and Astore 27 mm each, Balakot 25 mm, Malamjabba 21 mm, Dir 19 mm, Drosh 17 mm, Saidu Sharif and Larkana 14 mm each, Sakardu 11 mm, Kalam 10 mm, Chilas and Lower Dir 09 mm each, Mirkhani and Chitral 08 mm each, Parachinar, Shorkot and Chakwal 07 mm each, Lahore, Mangla, Toba Tek Singh, Hunza, Bannu, Bahawalnagar and Peshawar 05 mm each, Bahawalpur and Jhelum 04 mm each, Faisalabad, Sahiwal, Multan, Mianwali and Bunji 03 mm each, Gupis and Gilgit 02 mm each, D G Khan, Okara, Jhang, Khanpur and Kohat 01 mm each while Bhakkar, Samungli and D I Khan received traces of rain.