Monsoon Daily Updates – September 2011

This is actually a part of Monsoon of Pakistan page

Date of issue – September 30

*High pressure over Pakistan extending into central parts of India. Dry weather expected in most parts of Pakistan.

Date of issue – September 29

*High pressure over Pakistan extending into central parts of India. Dry weather expected in most parts of Pakistan.

Date of issue – September 28

*Low pressure moves eastwards as forecasted, over Assam as an upper air cyclonic circulations. Monsoon flooding kills 80 people in Orissa.

*High pressure area over Pakistan extending to central parts of India. Dry weather expected in Pakistan with passing clouds over Gilgit, upper Khyber while few passing clouds over Punjab. There are chances of drizzle in Karachi till 24 hours till September 29 evening/night, sky will be partly/mostly cloudy.

Date of issue – September 27

*Low pressure over Bihar region again, weakening gradually and moving eastwards. 7 people lost their lives in Bihar due to flooding related to the low pressure. Monsoon has further withdrawn from many parts of Central India.

High pressure over Pakistan and western India extending to some central parts of India. Dry weather expected in Pakistan. Sunny with few passing clouds in Karachi expected, while high and mid-level clouds with few drizzle/isolated showers expected in Gilgit region.

Date of issue – September 26

*Low pressure over Bihar region again, weakening gradually.

*High pressure over Pakistan and western India extending to some central parts of India. Dry weather expected in Pakistan.

Date of issue – Setpemeber 25

*Yesterday’s well-marked low pressure further weakened and lies over east Utter Pradesh and adjoining Bihar, weakening gradually.

*High pressure over Pakistan and western India extending to some central parts of India. Dry weather expected in Pakistan.

Date of issue – September 24

*Yesterday’s well-marked low pressure area over Jharkhand moves over north-west Jharkhand, weakening gradually.

*High pressure over Pakistan and western India extending to some central parts of India. Dry weather expected in Pakistan.

Date of issue – September 23

*Yesterday’s depression BOB 03 weakened into a well-marked low pressure over Jharkhand, weakening gradually.

*High pressure over Pakistan extending till western India. Dry and hot weather expected in many parts of Pakistan.

Date of issue – September 22

“Depression BOB 03 in the Bay of Bengal”

*Yesterday’s well-marked low pressure has further intensified into a depression BOB 03 over the same area, it is expected to move in a NW direction. It has made landfall and now lies over north Orissa and adjoining West Bengal, the winds are gusting to 40 mph and very heavy downpour is being reported from these areas of India. The pressure is 995 hPa and the storm is moving westwards at the moment, Remnants of this weather are not likely to move towards Pakistan.

*High pressure over Pakistan extending till western India. Dry and hot weather expected in many parts of Pakistan.

Date of issue – September 21

*Yesterday’s low pressure over north-west Bay of Bengal has intensified into a well-marked low pressure, it has moved slightly in NW direction as expected, this weather may also not affect Pakistan. High pressure area over Pakistan extending to western India.

*Dry and hot expected all over the country no major rainfall expected in any part of the country till 10 days.

Date of issue – September 20

*Low pressure area over Bihar dissipates. Fresh low pressure area formed in the north-western Bay of Bengal, it is likely to move in NW direction slowly, this weather may also not affect Pakistan.

*High pressure over many parts of Pakistan, mostly dry and hot expected in many parts of the country. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Punjab
  • Lahore got 5 mm
  • Other major cities of Pakistan remained dry.

Date of issue – September 19

*Low pressure over West Bengal moves westwards over Bihar again. Fresh low pressure may form in the Bay of Bengal in next 24 to 48 hours, Both these weather systems may not affect Pakistan.

*High pressure area over many parts of Pakistan. Mostly dry and hot expected in many parts of the country. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Islamabad got 31 mm.
  • Khyber
  • Parachinar got 47 mm.

Date of issue – September 18

*Low pressure over West Bengal and adjoining area persists, this weather system may not affect Pakistan.

*Mostly dry and hot expected in many parts of the country, however few there is a chance of isolated rainfall in some northern parts of Punjab and some parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Sindh
  • Hyderabad got 4 mm.
  • Gilgit region
  • Gilgit got 3.4 mm

Date of issue – September 17

Monsoon withdrawal starts in Pakistan

*Low pressure over West Bengal and adjoining Bihar, this weather system may not affect Pakistan. 

*Mostly dry and hot expected in many parts of the country. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Punjab
  • Lahore got 21 mm.
  • Faisalabad got 32 mm.
  • Multan got TR.
  • Kashmir
  • Muzaffarabad got TR.
  • Khyber
  • Parachinar got TR.
  • Sindh
  • Diplo got 30 mm.
  • Badin got 8 mm.
  • Mithi got 10 mm.

Date of issue – September 16

No more monsoon rains in sight after September 18 in Pakistan!

*Low pressure area over West Bengal now over Jharkhand, this weather system may not affect Pakistan. 

*Thunder/rainfall with isolated heavy falls expected in Islamabad, Punjab (Both parts), Khyber and Kashmir till 36 to 48 hours while at some isolated places the fresh monsoon spell will continue till September 17 night/September 18 morning, after that a significant decrease is expected. Few isolated showers could also occur in south-eastern and upper Sindh on September 17 while drizzle in coastal Sindh. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Islamabad got 76 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Rawalpindi got 125 mm.
  • Lahore got 23 mm.
  • Khyber
  • Parachinar got 20 mm.
  • Gilgit Region
  • Gilgit got 14 mm.

Date of issue – September 15

*Low pressure area over north-western Bay of Bengal now over West Bengal, this weather system may not affect Pakistan.

*Thunder/rainfall with isolated heavy falls expected in Islamabad, Punjab (Both parts), Khyber and Kashmir till 48 hours while at some isolated places the fresh monsoon spell will continue till September 17 night, after that a significant decrease is expected. Sindh will remain mostly dry. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Islamabad got 20.4 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Rawalpindi got 105 mm.
  • Lahore got 14 mm.
  • Kashmir
  • Muzaffarabad got TR.
  • Khyber
  • Parachinar got 5 mm.
  • Sindh
  • Karachi got 6.4 mm.

Date of issue – September 14

Fresh monsoonal activity in Upper Pakistan

Worst appears to be over for Sindh – Monsoon starts weakening

*Yesterday’s low pressure area over Balochistan dissipated. Another low pressure area over north-western Bay of Bengal and adjoining Indian coastal areas, this weather system may not affect Pakistan.

*Scattered thunder/rain with fast winds and chances of isolated heavy falls expected in Islamabad, Punjab (including Lahore and Multan), Khyber (including Peshawar) and Kashmir from September 14 night/15 till next 2 to 3 days. These rainfall is due to the interaction between western trough and eastern moisture. Drizzle/Passing by showers may occur in few parts of Sindh, but mainly dry and hot is expected in the province. In Karachi, drizzle/isolated shower may occur in some parts of the city till 12 to 24 hours. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Sindh
  • Karachi got 69 mm.
  • Dadu got 108 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Mianwali got 28 mm.
  • Murree got 4 mm.
  • Khyber
  • Parachinar got 10 mm.

Date of issue – September 13

Day 4: Torrential rainfall lashes Karachi

Monsoon activity over Sindh weakening gradually!

*Yesterday’s Low pressure area over Rajasthan has now moved to Balochistan and adjoining Sindh, it is weakening gradually. Another fresh low pressure area has formed in the north-western sector of the Bay of Bengal, this weather system may not affect Pakistan.

*Isolated to scattered thunder/rainfall may occur in some pats of Sindh till September 14 morning, after that a significant decrease is expected across the province. Isolated thunder/rainfall to scattered rainfall with few chance moderate/isolated heavy fall expected in some parts of Khyber, Gilgit, Kashmir and isolated places of north Punjab.

*7 people died in Karachi after overnight torrential rainfall, while 3 people died in Balochistan and 29 in central Sindh, thus a total of 39 people died today, raising the death toll to 386 since June 25. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Sindh
  • Karachi got 86 mm.
  • Mirpur Khas got 190 mm.
  • Hyderabad got 158 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Lahore got 2 mm.
  • Khyber
  • Peshawar got 2 mm.

Date of issue – September 12

“Day 3: thunder/rainfall in Karachi”

Heavy downpour expected in Sindh – As low nears

*Low pressure area over western Madya Pradesh moved to south-west Rajasthan and adjoining Gujarat, it will enter Sindh in 24 to 36 hours, completely.

*Heavy downpour with strong winds are likely across Sindh mainly in south-eastern (Mirpur Khas, Umer Kot, Tharparkar, Badin districts) and coastal Sindh (Thatta district and Keti Bander). There are also chances of heavy downpour in Hyderabad, Sukkur, Larkana, Nawabshah and Karachi with thunder and fast to strong winds during this period. These rainfall in Sindh will continue till September 14 mid-day/evening. In upper Pakistan, isolated thunder/rainfall might occur in north Punjab, Khyber and few parts of Kashmir, while scattered thunder/rainfall may occur in south Punjab.  Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Sindh
  • Karachi got 38 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Lahore got TR.
  • Khyber
  • Parachinar got 5 mm,

Date of issue – September 11

Another day of thunder/rain in Karachi; 38 mm rainfall in Sadder!

*Low pressure over upper Sindh as dissipated, While another low pressure area over north-west Jharkhand moved to western Madya Pradesh. It is very likely to move westwards towards Gujarat and Rajasthan in the coming few days, this weather system may reach Sindh from September 12 night/13.

* Mostly dry in some parts of upper Pakistan but there are some chances of isolated showers in few parts, the area where there are chances of rainfall include Islamabad, north-eastern Punjab, few parts Khyber and isolated places of Kashmir, overall the intensity of these rains are mostly light to isolated moderate. Scattered thunder/rainfall with isolated heavy falls and fast winds expected in Sindh from September 11 late night/12 and onwards, mostly till 2 to 3 days. In Karachi too, there are chances of isolated heavy rainfall from September 12 till 2 to 3 days and then decrease is expected. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Punjab
  • Multan got TR.
  • Sindh
  • Karachi (Sadder) got 85 mm.
  • Badin got 8 mm.
  • Khyber
  • Peshawar got 6 mm.

Date of issue – September 10

“Monsoon may continue till the coming week”

“180% more rains in Sindh”

“Heavy downpour with strong winds and heavy thunder lashes Karachi!”

*6th monsoon spell hits Sindh as forecasted by PWP. More rainfall expected in Sindh.

*Karachi as been battered again by heavy monsoon rainfall, overall the highest rainfall was recorded at Landhi which was 52 mm. 10 people died in the city due to weather-related incidents, the death toll since June 25 has risen from 347 to 357 now.

*Low pressure are over north-western Sindh and south-west Rajasthan persists. While another low pressure area over Jharkhand moved to north-west Jharkhand. It is very likely to move westwards towards Madya Pradesh in the coming few days, this weather system may reach Sindh from September 12/13.

*Mostly dry in some upper parts of Pakistan in 24 hours and then chances of isolated thunderstorm mainly from September 11 evening/September 12 in Islamabad, North Punjab, Khyber and Kashmir. In Sindh, the fresh monsoon spell will engulf more parts of the province on September 11, chances of isolated heavy falls in the province till September 13 night/September 14 mid-day and then a decrease is expected. Overall the monsoon will remain active in Pakistan at least till the coming week starting from September 12.  Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Islamabad got 2 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Lahore got TR
  • Faisalabad got 8 mm.
  • Murree got 23 mm.
  • Kashmir
  • Muzaffarabad got 40 mm.
  • Khyber
  • Hunza got 6 mm.
  • Parachinar got 32 mm.
  • Rawlakot got 8 mm.
  • Sindh
  • Hyderabad got TR.

Date of issue – September 9

“5th monsoon spell ends in Sindh – 6th could start”

*PWP forecasted the 6th monsoon spell for Sindh on September 5, now PWP upgrades it to “extremely high“.

*Low pressure area over north-western Sindh and adjoining south-west Rajasthan persists. While another low pressure area over Jharkhand persists. It is very likely to move westwards towards central India in the coming few days, this weather system will send monsoon moisture to Sindh, starting from the early September 11/12.

*Isolated to scattered thunder/rainfall may occur at few places of upper Pakistan in 48 hours, while the 5th monsoon spell has ended in Sindh, however there are chances of few isolated rain/showers in some upper and eastern parts of the province till 24 to 36 hours.  Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Islamabad got 8 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Lahore got 38 mm.
  • Multan got 25 mm.
  • Murree got 25 mm.
  • Sindh
  • Mirpur Khas got 122 mm.
  • Diplo got 62 mm.

Date of issue – September 8

*Yesterday’s well-marked low pressure over Sindh-Gujarat and adjoining Rajasthan moved to upper Sindh and adjoining neighborhood, expected to weaken further. While another low pressure area over Jharkhand persists. It is very likely to move westwards towards central India in the coming days, this weather system may send monsoon moisture to Sindh, starting from the September 11/12.

* Scattered Thundershowers with chances of few moderate falls likely in Islamabad, north Punjab and parts of Khyber and Kashmir till 36 to 48 hours. Isolated thundershower with chances of few moderate falls in some areas of Sindh in 24 to 36 hours. In Karachi, cloudy conditions with chances of drizzle/light rainfall till 12 to 24 hours. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Punjab
  • Bahawalpur got 39 mm.
  • Multan got 16 mm.
  • Sindh
  • Hyderabad got 18 mm.
  • Mithi got 333 mm.
  • Mirpur Khas got 166 mm.

Date of issue – September 7

Extremely heavy rainfall in Sindh: 333 mm in Mithi while 312 mm in Diplo

*Yesterday’s well-marked low pressure persists over Sindh-Gujarat border and adjoining south-west Rajasthan, it has weakened (pressure dropped to 996 mbar to 998 mbar), further decrease in intensity expected. While another low pressure area from Orissa coast has moved to Jharkhand now. It is very likely to move westwards towards central India in the coming days, this weather system may send monsoon moisture to Sindh, starting from the September 11/12.

*Thunder/rainfall with isolated heavy rainfall expected in Sindh and south Punjab in 24 to 36 hours and then a decrease is expected. Thunder/rainfall is also expected in upper Pakistan especially Islamabad, north Punjab including Lahore. While isolated showers expected in few north-eastern and central eastern parts of Balochistan.

*Heavy downpour in Karachi took 2 lives on September 6. 5th monsoon spell has killed at least 134 people in Sindh since August 29, thus the death toll rises to 347 since June 25.  Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Punjab
  • Lahore got 6 mm.
  • Faisalabad got 7 mm.
  • Multan got TR.
  • Sindh
  • Karachi got 75 mm.
  • Mithi got 225 mm.
  • Hyderabad got 2.3 mm.

Date of issue – September 6

“Heavy thunderstorm with heavy downpour lashes Karachi!!”

“6th monsoon spell in Sindh?”

*Yesterday’s low pressure is now over Sindh-Gujarat border, it intensified rapidly into a well-marked low pressure (996 mbar) overnight, however it is now weakening and as forecasted by PWP yesterday, a significant decrease is expected in its intensity on September 7. Another low pressure area over Orissa coastal area now, it is very likely to move westwards towards central India in the coming days, this weather system may send monsoon moisture to Sindh for the 6th spell, starting from the September 11/12. Western trough is passing into India from Gilglit region.

*More thundershowers at time isolated heavy expected in Sindh and south Punjab till 48 hours. Monsoon focus has now shifted from lower parts to upper parts of Pakistan therefore thundershowers with chances of few isolated moderate/heavy rainfall expected in some areas of upper Pakistan including Islamabad and north Punjab including Lahore while isolated thundershowers elsewhere. There are chances of rainfall in Karachi during the next 12 to 24 hours. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Punjab
  • Lahore got TR.
  • Multan got 26 mm.
  • Khyber
  • Risalpur got TR.
  • Sindh
  • Hyderabad got 3 mm.
  • Balochistan
  • Quetta got 45 mm,

Date of issue – September 5

“Karachi sizzles at 38 °C for second day in a row!”

“Monsoon low pressure area over Gujarat”

*Yesterday’s low pressure over Rajasthan and adjoining Gujarat moved to Gujarat, sending monsoon moisture to Sindh. Under 36 to 48 hours (September 7), a significant decrease is expected in its intensity. Fresh low pressure area has formed in the north-western sector of Bay of Bengal, it is very likely to move westwards towards central India in the coming days, this weather system may send monsoon moisture to Sindh for the 6th spell, starting from the September 11/12.

*More thundershowers at times isolated heavy rainfall is expected in south-eastern and some central parts of Sindh and south Punjab during the next 48 hours. Some rainfall is also expected in south-western Sindh with chances of few moderate falls including Karachi during the next 2 days. Monsoon moisture from lower parts of Pakistan is also penetrating into upper parts of Pakistan under that influence thundershowers at isolated places of north Punjab including Lahore, Khyber and Kashmir is expected. Chances of rainfall also present in Islamabad. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Islamabad got 4 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Lahore got TR.
  • Murree got 4.5 mm.
  • Khyber
  • Parachinar got 5 mm.
  • Rawalakot got also 5 mm.
  • Sindh
  • Hyderabad got 29 mm.
  • Balochistan
  • Kalat got 48 mm.

Date of issue – September 4

Sunny showers in Karachi again

Widespread destruction in Sindh as 88 people lost their lives: NDMA

*Yesterday’s low pressure in the Arabian sea has finally fizzled out. While another low pressure over lower Rajasthan and adjoining Gujarat persists. Fresh low pressure may form in the Bay of Bengal in 24 to 36 hours.

*More thundershowers at times isolated heavy rainfall expected in Sindh, south Punjab and adjoining eastern Balochistan till next 2 days, after that a decrease is expected. Isolated thundershowers also expected in Islamabad, north Punjab, Kashmir and few places of Khyber. In Karachi, there are chances of rainfall during the next 2 days.

*28 people have lost their lives in Sindh, raising the death toll to 88 since yesterday. 299 people have lost their lives in Pakistan since June 25. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Punjab
  • Lahore got 11 mm.
  • Faisalabad got 6 mm.
  • Khyber
  • Parachinar got 5 mm.
  • Sindh
  • Nawabshah got 70 mm.
  • Mirpur Khas got 50 mm.
  • Balochistan
  • Quetta got 33 mm.

Date of issue – September 3

” Sunny showers hits Karachi with isolated moderate falls in some parts ! “

*Yesterday’s low pressure in the north-eastern Arabian sea persists, in the last 24 hours it has moved towards Gujarat, it is sending monsoon moisture to Sindh and southern-eastern Balochistan. While another low pressure over Madya Pradesh persists, it is also sending monsoon moisture to southern parts of Pakistan.

*Stormy rainfall continue to batter Sindh for 6 consecutive days since August 29, major damage and flooding has been reported. More rainfall with isolated to scattered heavy falls will occur in Sindh, south Punjab and adjoining Balochistan till next 48 hours till September 5 night, after that a significant decrease is expected. Due to the monsoon flow moving from Sindh to upper parts of Pakistan, isolated thunder/rainfall is expected in Islamabad, North Punjab, Khyber and Kashmir with moderate falls, however mainly dry conditions will prevail in some regions of the country. In Karachi, chances of showers with chance of isolated heavy fall persists till September 5 night and then a decrease is expected in the city.

*60 people have lost their lives in Sindh due to continue heavy rainfall with strong gusty winds in the province, vast land of the province is badly affected, Tharparker is the worst-hit in the province, while Nawabshah district has been declared a calamity-hit district. Death toll since June 25 has been raised to 271. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Punjab
  • Sahiwal got 36.3 mm.
  • Mianwali got 1 mm.
  • Khyber
  • Parachinar got 25.2 mm.
  • Bannu got 3 mm.
  • Sindh
  • Larkana got 2.5 mm.
  • Mithi got 15 mm.
  • Balochistan
  • Kalat got TR.

Date of issue – September 2

*Yesterday’s low pressure in the north-eastern Arabian sea persists, it has intensified further (pressure dropped from 998 mbar to 996 mbar). While another low over Madya Pradesh, it may enter south-eastern Sindh on early September 4 morning.

*Isolated heavy rainfall is likely to continue in Sindh and South Punjab during the next 2 to 3 days with few gaps, rain is also expected in Karachi. In Islamabad, North Punjab, Khyber and Kashmir, scattered moderate rainfall is expected in 48 hours. After 12 to 24 hours, the prevailing monsoon winds are expected to re-intensify.

*Stormy rains continue to batter Sindh leaving 3 people dead on September 2, thus raising the death toll to 211 since June 25.  Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Islamabad got Tr.
  • Punjab
  • Lahore got TR.
  • Murree got 3 mm.
  • Sialkot got
  • Khyber
  • Peshawar got 12 mm.
  • Kalam got 25 mm.
  • Sindh
  • Hyderabad got 28 mm.
  • Nawabshah got 69 mm.
  • Balochistan
  • Kalat got 88 mm.

Date of issue – September 1

“Destruction in Sindh as many roofs collapses and flooding hits the province” 

*Yesterday’s low pressure in the north-eastern Arabian sea persists, it has slightly intensified (pressure dropped from 1000 mbar to 998 mbar), it has some chances of further intensification into a well-marked low pressure area in next 12 to 24 hours. While another low over south Chhattisgarh, it may enter south-eastern Sindh on September 4 morning.

*Thunder/rainfall with strong winds expected in the province of Sindh, South Punjab and adjoining areas of Balochistan in next 2 to 3 days with isolated heavy falls especially in south-eastern Sindh. In Karachi, rainfall is also expected in next 2 to 3 days with moderate falls/chances of few isolated heavy falls. In Islamabad, Northern Punjab, Khyber and Kashmir isolated thunder/rainfall is expected in the next 48 hours. Monsoon remained very active in the monsoon belt of the country especially Sindh during the last 24 hours.

*Stormy rains continue to batter Sindh as 5 people have died in the province due to incidents of roof collapse, death toll  now 208 since June 25 . In Gilgit too, many houses have collapsed as rains continue to batter the city. Following is the amount of rainfall recorded today in some cities of Pakistan till 11:00 am PST;

  • Islamabad got 7 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Lahore got 8 mm.
  • Multan got 7 mm.
  • Khyber
  • Hunza got 2 mm.
  • Sindh
  • Jaccobabad got 99 mm.
  • Larkana got 26 mm.
  • Hyderabad got 2 mm.
  • Balochistan
  • Quetta got 3 mm.
  • Lasbella got 2 mm.
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2 thoughts on “Monsoon Daily Updates – September 2011

  1. @ K.M, It seems that after some days western disturbance will give rains to Balochistan,Nwfp,Punjab & Kashmir etc . I do not know that western disturbance why never give rains to karachi?

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