ISLAMABAD: Different parts of the country, including Islamabad and Rawalpindi, are receiving intermittent rains.
A spokesperson of Met Office told Radio Pakistan that the highest rainfall of 128 mm has been recorded in Malam Jabba followed by 69 mm in Murree.
He said the present rain spell will persist till Monday morning while another spell is expected to start from Wednesday.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Disaster Management Authority has issued alert about flash floods due to continuous rains in different areas of the province.
People living near the river banks and seasonal nullahs have been advised to be careful.
In Balochistan, people facing flash flood may contact Provincial Disaster Management Authority control room at 081-9241133 and Quetta division control room at 0819203036 in case of any emergency.