The sun and clouds hide and seek continued for a second day in the provincial metropolis after heavy showers into the wee hoursof Monday. The amount of precipitation recorded in the city was 7 millimetres, equal to the amount of rain in Murree and Barkhan areas. The sky over the provincial metropolis appeared concealed in clouds on Monday evening again while meteorologists say the current weather system would prevail for a couple of days more. The temperature in Lahore would remain 32 to 34 degrees Celsius with chances of a dust-storm and rain. Lahore like weather conditions are persisting in most of the areas in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Northeast Balochistan, Sukkar division, Gilgit Baltistan and its adjoining hilly areas. Elsewhere in the country, mainly dry weather is expected. According to weather experts, a Shallow Westerly wave is present over Kashmir and its adjoining areas which is affecting the weather.