Pakistan Election 2013: Dust storms can occur in North!

‘Western system has arrived to witness the election!’

'The Country needs you'

‘The Country needs you’

Western disturbance ’06’ with cyclonic circulations over central north-western areas is now moving towards the northern areas of the country. The amount of rainfall in the system is not much however it can bring some dust storms (56 km/h to 76 km/h) to the northern areas including Islamabad, Peshawar and adjoining cities.

For more cities and detailed weather update, check PWP’s Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (May 8 – May 22)

May 11 Weather Update for Main cities

What will the weather be like on May 11, one of the biggest and most important day of Pakistan.  Following is the brief weather update of main cities of Pakistan;

Islamabad 

  • Temperature – 33°C/34°C.
  • Rain – Mostly cloudy with chances of shower with strong dusty winds.

Karachi

  • Temperature – 35°C/36°C
  • Rain – No chance, dry with partly cloudy with fast winds.

Lahore

  • Temperature – 36°C/38°C
  • Rain – Partly/mostly cloudy with slight chances of drizzle along with strong winds.

Peshawar

  • Temperature – 32°C/34°C
  • Rain – Mostly cloudy with chances of shower with strong dusty winds.

Quetta

  • Temperature – 26°C/27°C
  • Rain – No chance, dry with partly/mostly cloudy.

Message from PWP for May 11

'One Day - Five years!'

‘One Day – Five years!’

Pakistan still has a long way to go but your vote will be the first brick in building a new and better Pakistan. The country cannot get rid of it’s problem overnight nor those problems would fade in coming five years but the wave of change would start from tomorrow if you vote for a responsible party and who knows after 10 to 15 years Pakistan would be a strong developed nation because of the decision you took on May 11, 2013!

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