Pakistan Metrological Department (PMD) on Monday forecasted more rains in the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad during the next two to three days. According to the Met Office, strong monsoon currents are reaching most parts of the country while shallow westerly trough is also present in upper parts of the country. This weather system is likely to produce widespread rains/thundershowers in the country. Met Office Director General Arif Mehmood said that the scattered rains would shower the twin cities during next 48 years. He made it clear that it was no sign of danger in both the cities, adding that they had already instructed the local administrations of the twin cities to remain on high alert during monsoon.