Portal Interactive: Highest 24 hours Precipitation of Pakistan

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

List of Highest 24 Hours Precipitation in different cities of Pakistan (own’s record of cities):


• Karachi: 278.1 mm on 7th August 1953

• Hyderabad: 250.7 mm on 12th September 1962

• Nawabshah: 256.5 mm on 2nd July 1972

• Tharparkar: 512.0 mm on 15th July 1959

• Badin: 343.0 mm on 15th July 1959


• Larkana: 209.0 mm on 7th July 2003

• Dadu: 196.0 mm on 7th July 2003

• Padidan: 238.0 mm on 31st August 2011

• Jacobabad: 128.0 mm (unknown day)

• Islamabad: 620.0 mm on 23rd July 2001

• Rawalpindi: 335.0 mm on 23rd July 2001

• Lahore: 396.2 mm on 10th July 1881

• Sialkot: 299.2 mm on 31st July 1961

• Faisalabad: 264.2 mm on 5th September 1961

• Multan: 120.0 mm on 8th August 2010

• Bahawalpur: 134.1 mm on 28th July 1920

• Murree: 255.0 mm on 10th September 1992

• Sargodha: 205.0 mm on 29th July 2007

• Dera Ismail Khan: 202.0 mm on 4th August 2010

• Peshawar: 274.0 mm on 29th July 2010

• Kohat: 240.0 mm on 26th August 2011

• Risalpur: 280.0 mm on 29th July 2010

• Muzaffarabad: 208.0 mm on 10th September 1992

• Quetta: 113.0 mm on 17th December 2000

• Gawadar: 227.0 mm on 5th June 2010

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