Western storms claim several lives in Pakistan

Is it a blessing or a curse? On May 12, 10 people lost their lives in the Punjab province as fierce windstorms and thunderstorms battered Lahore, Faisalabad, Multan and other cities. On May 14, a second wave of the ongoing unusual rain hit southern parts of the Pakistan particularly the Sindh province where deadly dust storms…

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Pakistan Weather Update (May 10 – May 17): Unusual Widespread rain at doorstep!

Hottest Month is not so hot!  Dry month to become wet? Early Pre-Monsoon this year? It has been noted that El-Nino usually causes an increase in the number of Western disturbances. The country has been witnessing continuous local thunderstorms formation since April that is keeping the temperature on the lower side although an El-Nino year…

Pakistan Weather Portal – March 2014 in Review!

In the month of the March, PWP published five articles out of which two were of Portal Interactive; Portal Interactive: The unforgettable rain of July 2009 Portal Interactive: Finding and Locating the Correct Direction Unexpected Monsoon may worsen the Thar drought! Welcome to Thar – Pakistan’s Africa near Mega city Karachi! Pakistan Weather Portal – February 2014 in Review! Article…

Portal Interactive: Finding and Locating the Correct Directions

 This article has been shared by Waseem Ahmed for PWP from Karachi city, Sindh, Pakistan Reading or explaining any weather forecast, most of the time areas and regions are mostly mentioned by ‘Directions’ (like eastern, western, northern, southern or NE, NW, SE, SW) not areas names. Most or many of common people do not understand or…

Unexpected Monsoon may worsen the Thar drought!

ALERT: Fear of El Nino this monsoon as well- Last seen in 2009!  NOAA, Australian and Japanese Meteorological Agencies have issued El-Nino watch for the Pacific Ocean. Pak Government should gear up for any uncertain situation as deficient monsoon rain may worsen the persisting drought in Thar, leading to severe drought conditions extending upto south…