WD 23 – Rain in all provinces?
Spring and Winter Combination!
WD 24- Another rainy system also spotty
The spring season has started in the country with flowers blossoming everywhere. The winter officially ended in the southern parts of the country during the last week of February as per the forecast of Pakistan Weather Portal (PWP) issued on January 29 while winter has withdrawn from the northern areas as the transition period has started, as maximum temperature have risen above the average temperature.
Weather of Past Days
“Heating trend had been disturbed!”
*A sweating heatwave had gripped the southern parts of the country especially the Port city of Karachi.
*Western disturbance ’22’ entered the northern areas on March 11 and left the country that night, it brought showers to the northern areas and caused temperature to decrease in the southern areas. It caused a hailstorm in Mardan, shockingly the system caused no rainfall in Islamabad even though nearby areas received rain. WD ’22’ was not very active and was mostly weak.
Weather of Coming Days
“Scattered activity to occur”
Western disturbance ’23’ would affect many parts of the country from March 12 till March 15/March 16. It would affect the northern, central and southern parts with varying intensity and duration. Its main focus would be the north-western areas especially Khyber Pakhutnkhwa and adjoining Punjab.
Northern areas – Mostly moderate!
From March 12 night till March 16, there are chances of rainfall at times isolated heavy in the northern areas along with thunder/lightening and dusty winds. During this week more than 75 mm precipitation in the areas of Muree (Punjab), Muzaffarabad (Azad Kashmir), Kalam (Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa), Besham Naran (Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa), Dasu (Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa), Saidu (Khyber Paktunkhwa), Kagan (Khyber Paktunkhwa) and Mardarn (Khyber Paktunkhwa)and other adjoining areas. Snowfall could occur in the hilly areas. There is also a slight possibility that area around Kalam (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) could get precipitation around 100 mm this week. During this period, rainfall of 45 mm to 50 mm moderate rainfall could fall in capital city of Islamabad with thunder/lightening and fast winds (50 km/h to 56 km/h).
Other cities of Punjab like Lahore, Sialkot, Jhelum, Gujrat, Gujranwala and Faisalabad may get rainfall with thunder/lightening along with dusty winds on March 14/March 15, rainfall here could be 35 mm to 45 mm.
Central areas – Stable Showers coming?
South Punjab that is Multan, Bahawalpur, Bahawalnagar, Rahim Yar Khan and adjoining cities may experience a shower with thunder/lightening on March 13/March 14, rainfall to remain under 20 mm. On March 12/March 13 there are chances of showers with fast winds in Quetta, Kalat and other cities of north-western Balochistan.
Southern areas – Passing Shower coming to Karachi?
On March 13, there are chances of isolated shower with thunder/lightening in Karachi, Thatta, Jacobabad, Nawabshah, Hyderabad, Dadu, Sukkur and other adjoining cities. 1 mm to 5 mm could occur in Karachi especially areas in the north of Karachi. Slight possibility of this activity also happening along the Makran coast.
Weather of Future
“More Spring Showers?”
Second last week of March may see another western system impacting the northern areas, its intensity is weak at the moment but the rain coverage is scattered.
Article would be updated tomorrow.
40 thoughts on “Pakistan Weather Update (March 10 – March 17)”
It did not rain but the temperature is mild and nice weather.But WD 23 will make it a little cold.The Margalla hills will become cold and wet and the rain will make it lush green.Will there be any snowfall on the hills.
Not in Margalla hills.
in multan there is mostly rainfall is coming or little rain?
I have mentioned it in the article.
is there is snowfall in multan?
Snowfall in Multan? If you are from Multan(or even Pakistan) you should know that snowfall doesn’t occur in Multan..
on 2011 the snowfall in multan
Hmmm it may be hailstorm as far as i know snowfall doesn’t occur in Multan baaki babar bhai will tell you more about this…
Yes you are right Daniyal.
daniyal you are forgetting
Snowfall cannot occur in Multan, it was a hailstorm. Elevation does matter.
Multan lowest temperature is about 5 to 10 degrees which is high for the making of snowfall and it is in the plains.Islamabad on the other hand is on the edge of hilly areas and temperature goes below 0 degrees till -2 to -3 degrees and Margalla hills itself are mountain rising from 600 meters to 1500 meters.with average altitude of 1000 meters and temperature there goes till -6 to -7 degrees.SO they get snowfall every year.Sir babar please also tell about pir sohawa in your forecast.
Expected to be like Islamabad.
*strong westerly system in last week of march* is it true???
Long range forecast showing a good WD during the Last week of March/first week of April
today is not rainfalling in multan why/
There is rain in Islamabad today.Sir baber tell the weather of Margalla hills and tell how much rain will fall and whats the temperature.
during this week 30 to 40 mm rain could fall over there while temperature 10 to 11c could be the night temperatures during WD 23
@Arif – It must have rained in Multan, clouds are passing from south Punjab now, chances of showers persists till 24 hours.
will anyone tell me that rain come in multan tomorrow
can anyone tell me on 14 march 2013 in multan
Thanks for telling sir babar.
woooooooh !!!! what a hailstorm was that in Islamabad
Yes, it was awesome 😀
now when will the rain begin in multan?
No chance till many days.
it was also heavy thunder storm along with rain and hailstorm in lahore. we enjoyed a lot. specially hail was splendid
Good to hear that.
till one week or two week
when will the rain begin then hailstorm also occur in multan or no?
no chances of hailstorm
I also enjoined the hailstorm in Islamabad and what a view of the clouds over Margalla hills.
when ur gonna release new weather update???
when you will show new update? please show today.
Maybe today or tomorrow.
Published a new article