Portal Interactive: Monsoon rain in Lower Sindh (1950 – 2011)

  •  This article is written by Umair Dero for PWP from Hyderabad city, Sindh, Pakistan

List of wettest Month averagely in Lower Sindh due to the Monsoon, Pre-Monsoon & Tropical Cyclone, according to the listed years: from (1950-2011):

• 1950 : September (Highest monthly rain: 366 mm at SE Sindh during Sept)
• 1951: August
• 1952: July
• 1953: August (Highest monthly rain: 694.3 mm at SE Sindh during Aug)
• 1954: August
• 1955: September

• 1956: July (Highest monthly rain: 422 mm at SE Sindh during July)
• 1957: July
• 1958: September
• 1959: July (Highest monthly rain: 763 mm at Thar during July)
• 1960: July
• 1961: July (Highest monthly rain: 324 mm at SE Sindh during July)
• 1962: August
• 1963: August
• 1964: August
• 1965: July
• 1966: July
• 1967: July (Highest monthly rain: 755.4 mm at Thar, 439 mm at Karachi during July)
• 1968: August
• 1969: July
• 1970: August (Highest monthly rain: 256 mm at SE Sindh during August)
• 1971: July
• 1972: July
• 1973: July
• 1974: October (Highest monthly rain: 49 mm at Badin during Oct)
• 1975: September (Highest monthly rain: 280 mm at Thar during Sept)\
• 1976: August
• 1977: July
• 1978: June (Highest monthly rain: 160 mm at SE Sindh during June)
• 1979: August (Highest monthly rain: 792.2 mm at Thar during August)
• 1980: June (Highest monthly rain: 376.4 mm at Mithi during June’s Pre-Monsoons)
• 1981: July
• 1982: July
• 1983: August
• 1984: September
• 1985: August
• 1986: June
• 1987: July (Rain only occur at Hyderabad & Tharparkar during July)
• 1988: July (Highest monthly rain: 398.2 mm at Thar during July)
• 1989: September (Highest monthly rain: 574 mm at Diplo during Sept)
• 1990: August
• 1991: July
• 1992: July (Highest monthly rain: 432 mm at Mithi during July)
• 1993: July
• 1994: August (Highest monthly rain: 954.3 mm at Tharparkar during July)
• 1995: July
• 1996: June (Highest monthly rain: 199.5 mm at Nagarparkar during June’s Cyclone)
• 1997: September (Highest monthly rain: 188.7 mm at Islamkot during Sept)
• 1998: October (Highest monthly rain: 238.9 mm at Diplo during Oct)
• 1999: May (Highest monthly rain: 327.6 mm at Mithi during May’s Cyclone)
• 2000: August
• 2001: July
• 2002: August (Highest monthly rain: 111 mm at Mithi, 55 mm at Karachi during Aug)
• 2003: July (Highest monthly rain: 484 mm at Tharparkar during July)
• 2004: October (Highest monthly rain: 145 mm at Thatta during Onil Cyclone)
• 2005: September (Highest monthly rain: 99 mm at Tharparkar, 88 mm at Karachi)
• 2006: August (Highest monthly rain: 576 mm at Tharparkar during Aug)
• 2007: August
• 2008: August
• 2009: July
• 2010: August (Highest monthly rain: 280 mm at Mithi during Aug)
• 2011: September (Highest monthly rain: 760 mm at Mithi during Sept)
Total “Wettest Month” from 1950-2011:
◘ JULY = 26
◘ AUGUST = 19
◘ SEPTEMBER = 9
◘ JUNE = 4
◘ OCTOBER = 3
◘ MAY = 1

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