In the second half of June a new rain system will enter Pakistan bringing down the level of mercury, the Meteorological Department has said.
The Met Office has released a weather update predicting a new rain system coming into the country from June 17.
It said that regular rains throughout the country would hold the month-long rising temperatures under control.
In Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, Northeast Balochistan, and Islamabad the weather department predicted rain and windy-thunderstorms (with few hailstorms and heavy falls).
Meanwhile, Sindh districts are also expected to experience dust-thunderstorms with rain.
A westerly wave is pouring down in most parts of the country, according to the Met Office, and is likely to persist in the upper parts until Tuesday.
Windy-thunderstorm rains have been observed in various parts of Punjab, upper KP, upper Sindh, Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, north & central Balochistan and Islamabad during the last 24 hours.