Portal Interactive: List of first Pre-Monsoon rain in south-eastern Sindh

  • This list has been shared by Umair Dero from Hyderabad, Pakistan

1st Pre-Monsoon/Monsoon Rain Dates of South East Sindh:

◘ 2000: —– 10th July —— : Heavy rain in Tharparkar & Umarkot
◘ 2001: —– 14th June —– : Heavy rain in Tharparkar, Sanghar & Umarkot
◘ 2002: —– 25th June —– : Moderate to Heavy rain in different areas
◘ 2003: —– 18th June —– : 5-15 mm rain in SE Sindh
◘ 2004: —– 14th June —– : Heavy rain in Mirpurkhas, Umarkot & Tharparkar
◘ 2005: —– 30th June —– : Light to Moderate rain in Nagarparkar
◘ 2006: —– 25th June —– : Heavy rain in Badin & Tharparkar
◘ 2007: —– 29th June —– : Moderate to Heavy rain in Tharparkar
◘ 2008: —– 13th June —– : Light to Moderate rain in Tharparkar & Badin

◘ 2009: —– 23rd June —– : Moderate to Heavy rain in Tharparkar
◘ 2010: —– 4th July ——– : Moderate to Heavy rain in SE Sindh
◘ 2011: —– 16th July —— : Moderate to Heavy rain in Tharparkar
◘ 2012: —– 13th June —– : Heavy rain in Tharparkar
◘ 2013: —– 4th June ——- : Light to Moderate rain in Mirpurkhas & Umarkot

1st Pre-Monsoon/Monsoon Rain Dates of Hyderabad:

◘ 2000: —– 12th July —— : Light to Moderate rain
◘ 2001: —– 15th June —– : Light rain
◘ 2002: —– 26th June —– : Rain with Duststorm
◘ 2003: —– 18th June —– : Heavy rain with Duststorm
◘ 2004: —– 4th August —- : ‘NE’ Drizzle
◘ 2005: —– 28th July —— : ‘ENE’ Drizzle
◘ 2006: —– 25th June —– : Light to Moderate rain with Duststorm
◘ 2007: —– 30th June —– : Heavy rain
◘ 2008: —– 29th July —— : Heavy rain
◘ 2009: —– 9th July ——– : 5 mm rain
◘ 2010: —– 6th July ——– : Light to Moderate rain
◘ 2011: —– 26th July —— : Light rain
◘ 2012: —– 10th July —— : 3.2 mm rain

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14 thoughts on “Portal Interactive: List of first Pre-Monsoon rain in south-eastern Sindh

  1. Keep an eye on the monsoon clouds over Oman today, because they may turn into a cyclone and move back eastward to fill in the gap in the southern 1/3rd of Pakistan where the Dust Cloud has vacated. The Colorado State Tropical Cyclone group is investigating these clouds as a possible future cyclone, at http://rammb.cira.colostate.edu/products/tc_realtime/ and you can see today’s Pakistan-Arabia Dust Cloud position at http://www.ecoseeds.com/dust-6-5-13.png and the cloud images from Colorado State at clouds-6-5-13.png.

    • Thank you for sharing the information !!
      The low pressure over Oman would end in 24 to 36 hours, it is moving westwards. Few weather models show another circulation brewing in the North of Arabian sea in coming weeks.

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