Here is the Accuweather forecast for Afghanistan and surrounding lands:(Prepared Friday, March 29th, at noon, Eastern time) SUMMARY: A small storm moved northeast across Afghanistan over the past 24 hours. The result was a few rain and snow showers over the northern two-thirds of the Nation. Southern areas remained dry although there was some cloud cover. This storm will move northeast out of Afghanistan tonight, but a second storm now over eastern Iran will move northeast across Afghanistan tonight and Saturday. This storm will be stronger and move in a path similar to the first one. This storm will bring several hours of rain and mountain snow in its path and may be able to muster up a few showers for areas south of the mountains, including Khandahar, during the day Saturday. Unsettled weather will linger into Sunday, then skies will finally clear out early next week. Lows tonight from about 20 in the northeastern mountains to 42 at Kabul to 60 in the southern deserts. Highs Saturday from 35 in the northeastern mountains to 64 at Kabul to 86 in the southern deserts. Lows tonight from 15-20 in the northeastern mountains to 40 at Kabul to 62 in the southern deserts. Highs Sunday from 30-35 in the northeastern mountains to 64 at Kabul to 82 in the southern deserts. Specific City Forecasts: Dushanbe: Partly to mostly cloudy tonight. Low 54. Mostly cloudy Saturday with a stray shower or two. High 74. Cloudy Saturday night. Low 50. Cloudy Sunday with a few showers. High 66. Kabul: Partly cloudy tonight. Low 42. Mostly cloudy Saturday with a stray shower or two. High 64. Mostly cloudy Saturday night. Low 40. Clouds giving way to sunshine Sunday. High again 64. Islamabad: Clear to partly cloudy and warm tonight. Low 64. Partly sunny and hot Saturday. High 90. Fair Saturday night. Low 66. Mostly cloudy and not as warm Sunday. High 86. Copyright 2002 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.