Monsoon Daily Updates – For September 2013

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Date of Issue – September 16

MONSOON 2013 ENDS IN PAKISTAN TODAY

No rain seen that can be termed as a spell!

The last monsoon spell has ended in the northern areas on September 16 and with it 2013’s monsoon has come to an end in Pakistan. The 12th monsoon spell brought good rainfall to the upper parts with windstorms, the 12th spell was largely due to the passing western system. 2013 Monsoon remained largely very to extremely active in the northern strip of Punjab, Azad Kashmir, adjoining Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, parts of FATA. Pre-Monsoon was very active in whole country. 2013 Monsoon behaved mostly below to normal in Sindh with ‘normal’ withdrawal, pre-monsoon was active in the province. NE Balochistan and lower central Balochistan witnessed excessive rains in late July and August.


Weak western trough ’20’ over Jammu & Kashmir continues to persist. Upper air cyclonic circulation over north Bay of Bengal.

Mostly dry weather expected in the country with chances of drizzle/showers in one or two areas of North, dry weather elsewhere. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Islamabad got 44 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Rawalpindi got 59 mm.
  • Sialkot got 30 mm.
  • Gujrat got 30 mm.
  • Sargodha got 29 mm.
  • Noorpur Thal got 25 mm.
  • Jhelum got 21 mm.
  • Chakwal got 10 mm.
  • Joharabad got 10 mm.
  • Lahore got 9 mm.
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Malamjabba got 27 mm.
  • Dir got 16 mm.
  • Kohat got 12 mm.
  • Peshawar got 2 mm.
  • Lower Dir got 11 mm.
  • Azad Kashmir
  • Mangla got 19 mm.

Date of Issue – September 15

Last Monsoon Spell brings rain with winds/thunder in the north!

Weak western trough ’20’ over Jammu & Kashmir continues to persist. Upper air cyclonic circulation over south of Bangladesh, is now over north Bay of Bengal.

Due to the 12th spell, showers/rain with thunder/lightning can occur in upper parts (Islamabad, northern Punjab, Gilgit-Baltistan, Azad Kashmir and adjoining Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) till September 15 night/September 16 morning after that a significant decrease is very likely.  Mostly dry weather expected elsewhere with passing clouds. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Islamabad got 63 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Rawalpindi got 51 mm.
  • Gujrat got 30 mm.
  • Chakwal got 25 mm.
  • Jhelum got 21 mm.
  • Pak Pattan got 11 mm.
  • Gujranwala got 5 mm.
  • Sialkot got 5 mm.
  • Azad Kashmir
  • Mangla got 19 mm.
  • Muzaffarabad got 4 mm.
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Dir got 32 mm.
  • Kohat got 6 mm.
  • Balakot got 4 mm.

Date of Issue – September 14

Western clouds active in the country – More showers/rain likely in the north!

Weak western trough ’20’ over Jammu & Kashmir continues to persist. Upper air cyclonic circulation lies over the west coast of India, another lies over westcentral Bay of Bengal. An upper air cyclonic circulation has formed over south of Bangladesh.

Due to the 12th, showers/rain with thunder/lightning can occur in upper parts (Islamabad, northern Punjab, Gilgit-Baltistan, Azad Kashmir and adjoining Khyber Pakhtunkhwa).  The upper air cyclonic circulation in the west coast of India continues to push mid and high level clouds into south-eastern and coastal Sindh (post monsoonal activity). Slight chances of drizzle/isolated showers in south-eastern Sindh. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Khyber Paktunkhwa
  • Kakul got 18 mm.
  • Kalam got 6 mm.
  • Parachinar got 4 mm.
  • Gilgit-Baltistan
  • Chillas got 12 mm.
  • Hunza 3 mm.

Date of Issue – September 13

Western clouds active in the country – More showers/rain likely in the north!

Post monsoon showers in lower Sindh

Weak western trough ’20’ lies over Jammu & Kashmir. Upper air cyclonic circulation lies over the west coast of India, another lies over westcentral Bay of Bengal.

Due to the 12th, showers/rain with thunder/lightning can occur in upper parts (Islamabad, northern Punjab, Azad Kashmir and adjoining Khyber Pakhtunkhwa). Weak cloud formation over lower Balochistan, slight chances of drizzle/isolated shower with windy conditions there. The upper air cyclonic circulation in the west coast of India continues to push mid and high level clouds into south-eastern and coastal Sindh (post monsoonal activity). Slight chances of drizzle/isolated showers in south-eastern Sindh. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Islamabad got 1 mm.
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Balakot got 62 mm.
  • Kakul got 61 mm.
  • Parachinar got 11 mm.
  • Saidu Sharif got 3 mm.
  • Dir got 7 mm.
  • Malam Jabba got 4 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Lahore got 51 mm.
  • Murree got 45 mm.
  • Rawalpindi got 43 mm.
  • Gujranwala got 4 mm.
  • Mandi Bauddin got 1 mm.
  • Azad Kashmir
  • Rawalakot got 33 mm.
  • Muzaffarabad got 26 mm.
  • Kotli got 7 mm.
  • Sindh
  • Mithi got 13 mm.
  • Gilgit-Baltistan
  • Gilgit got 10 mm.
  • Balochistan 
  • Panjgur got 7 mm.

Date of Issue – September 12

12th spell arrives on September 12

Western clouds gripping most country – Eastern clouds move into lower Sindh!

Weak western trough ’20’ lies over Jammu & Kashmir. Upper air cyclonic circulation lies over the west coast of India.

The 12th monsoon spell has hit the northern on September 12 as mentioned by PWP, showers/rain with thunder/lightning can occur in upper parts (Islamabad, northern Punjab, Azad Kashmir and adjoining Khyber Pakhtunkhwa). Weak cloud formation over lower central Balochistan, slight chances of drizzle/isolated shower with windy conditions there. The upper air cyclonic circulation in the west coast of India continues to push mid and high level clouds into south-eastern and coastal Sindh (post monsoonal activity). Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Islamabad got 28 mm.
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Balakot got 32 mm.
  • Kakul got 13 mm.
  • Parachinar got 6 mm.
  • Cherat got 1 mm.
  • Malamjabba got 1 mm.
  • Saidu Sharif got 1 mm.
  • Azad Kashmir
  • Kotli got 26 mm.
  • Rawalkot got 14 mm.
  • Mangla got 9 mm.
  • Muzafarabad got 2 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Murree got 21 mm.
  • Lahore got 2 mm.

Date of Issue – September 11

Low pressure over coastal Andhra Pradesh persists, it may move in a WSW/SW direction. Weak western trough ’20’ lies over Jammu & Kashmir.

Mostly dry weather expected in the country however some showers/rain can occur in upper parts (Islamabad, northern Punjab, Azad Kashmir and adjoining Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) due to the last weak monsoon spell on September 12 (+1,-1 day error), PWP upgrades the chance to ‘very high’.  Weak cloud formation over lower central Balochistan. The upper air cyclonic circulation associated with the low pressure is pushing mid and high level clouds into coastal Gujarat, they can move into coastal and SE Sindh in the late night/morning. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Islamabad got 7 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Murree got 4 mm.
  • Azad Kashmir
  • Kotli got 1 mm.

Date of Issue – September 10

North awaits it’s last monsoon spell

Low pressure over west central Bay of Bengal near Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, no lies over coastal Andhra Pradesh, it may move in a WSW/SW direction. Weak western trough ’20’ lies over Jammu & Kashmir.

Mostly dry weather expected in the country however some showers/rain can occur in upper parts (Islamabad, northern Punjab, Azad Kashmir and adjoining Khyber Pakhtunkhwa). Possibility of a weak 12th spell in the upper parts on September 12 (+1,-1 day error), PWP upgrades the chance to ‘high’. The upper air cyclonic circulation associated with the low pressure is pushing mid and high level clouds into coastal Gujarat, they can move into coastal and SE Sindh in the late night/morning. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Islamabad got 27 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Rawalpindi got 28 mm.
  • Lahore got 25 mm.
  • Murree got 2 mm.
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Abbotabad got 1 mm.

Date of Issue – September 9

A low pressure is over west central Bay of Bengal near Indian state of Andhra Pradesh persists, it may move in a WSW/SW direction. Weak western trough ’20’ lies over Jammu & Kashmir.

Mostly dry weather expected in the country however due to the 11th monsoon spell that started on September 8 with +1 day error in the northern areas, more showers/rain can occur in upper parts (Islamabad, northern Punjab, Azad Kashmir and adjoining Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), this spell can weaken on September 9 night/September 10. Possibility of a weak spell in the upper parts on September 12 (+1,-1 day error), PWP upgrades the chance to ‘moderate’. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Punjab
  • Murree got 39 mm.
  • Rawalpindi got 18 mm.
  • Sialkot got 14 mm.
  • Azad Kashmir
  • Rawalakot got 37 mm.
  • Muzaffarabad got 27 mm.
  • Kotli got 16 mm.
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Parachinar got 18 mm.
  • Lower Dir got 16 mm.
  • Malamjabba got 11 mm.
  • Balakot got 8 mm.

Date of Issue – September 8

11th spell brings light to moderate rain

12th spell spotted in the north – chance at ‘poor’

A low pressure is over west central Bay of Bengal near Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, it may move in a WSW/SW direction.

Mostly dry weather expected in the country however due to the 11th monsoon spell that started on September 8 with +1 day error in the northern areas, more showers/rain can occur in upper parts (Islamabad, northern Punjab, Azad Kashmir and adjoining Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), this spell can weaken on September 9 night/September 10. Possibility of another similar spell in the upper parts on September 12 (+1,-1 day error). Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Azad Kashmir
  • Kotli got 37 mm.
  • Rawalkot got 21 mm.
  • Muzaffarabad got 8 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Rawalapindi got 35 mm.
  • Murree got 1 mm.
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Lower dir got 30 mm.
  • Kakul got 5 mm.
  • Peshawar got 3 mm.

Date of Issue – September 7

11th spell – Rain likely in the North 

A low pressure is over west central Bay of Bengal near Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, it may move in a WSW/SW direction. There is a possibility of a tropical depression formation in the Arabian sea in the coming late week.

Mostly dry weather expected in the country however an 11th monsoon spell in the northern areas (Islamabad, northern Punjab, Azad Kashmir and adjoining Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) can start around September 7 (+1,-1 day error), PWP maintains the chances at ‘extremely high’. This spell’s intensity appear to be moderate. Chances of drizzle in coastal Sindh including Karachi. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Punjab
  • Sialkot got 13 mm.
  • Gujrat got 2 mm.
  • Murree got 1 mm.
  • Azad Kashmir
  • Muzaffarabad got 1 mm.

Date of Issue – September 6

Rain gaining momentum as 11th spell nears in the north!

Monsoon withdrawing from Most Pakistan!

Western trough ’19’ has moved eastwards.

Mostly dry weather expected in the country however an 11th monsoon spell in the northern areas (Islamabad, northern Punjab, Azad Kashmir and adjoining Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) can start around September 7 (+1,-1 day error), PWP maintains the chances at ‘extremely high’. This spell’s intensity appear to be moderate. Chances of drizzle in coastal Sindh. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Balakot got 39 mm.
  • Abbottabad got 29 mm.
  • Dir got 1 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Sialkot got 30 mm.
  • Murree got 29 mm.
  • Rawalpindi got 20 mm.
  • Sargodha got 5 mm.
  • Gujranwala got 3 mm.
  • Jhelum got 3 mm.

Date of Issue – September 5

Isolated activity brings heavy downpour to Rawalpindi ahead of 11th spell!

Western trough ’19’ lies over Jammu & Kashmir, it is still moving eastwards.

Mostly dry weather expected in the country however showers/rain with thunder/lightning can occur in some parts of the upper areas due to the prevailing western moisture. This week there are chances of an 11th monsoon spell in the northern areas around September 7 (+1,-1 day error), PWP upgrades the chances from ‘very high’ to ‘extremely high’. This spell’s intensity appear to be moderate. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Islamabad got 18 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Rawalpindi got 69 mm.
  • Abbotabad got 29 mm.
  • Murree got 29 mm.
  • Chakwal got 11 mm.
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Malamjaba got 8 mm.

Date of Issue – September 4

‘Monsoon in withdrawal phases in central and south!’

North can see more rain!

The upper air cyclonic circulation in the eastern Arabian sea has weakened. Western trough ’19’ lies over Jammu & Kashmir.

Mostly dry weather expected in the country as monsoon 2013 is in withdrawal phases in central and southern parts however showers/rain with thunder/lightning can occur in some parts of the upper areas due to the prevailing western moisture. This week there are chances of an 11th monsoon spell in the northern areas around September 7 (+1,-1 day error), PWP upgrades the chances from ‘high’ to ‘very high’. This spell’s intensity appear to be moderate. There are very poor chances of a post monsoon spell in Sindh during middle of September. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Punjab
  • Lahore got 7 mm.
  • Murree got 7 mm.
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Kalam got 1 mm.

Date of Issue – September 3

Yesterday’s upper air cyclonic circulation lies over Bihar. Upper air cyclonic circulation over Comorin has moved towards Lakshadweep area (it is now over the eastern Arabian sea). Western trough ’19’ lies over Jammu Kashmir.

Mostly dry weather expected in the country however showers/rain with thunder/lightning can occur in some parts of the upper areas, upper parts are under weak western and Arabian sea moisture. This week there are chances of an 11th monsoon spell in the northern areas around September 7 (+1,-1 day error), PWP upgrades the chances from ‘moderate’ to ‘high’. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Punjab
  • Jhelum got 51 mm.
  • Murree got 17 mm.
  • M.B din got 16 mm.
  • Chakwal got 15 mm.
  • Gujrat got 10 mm.
  • Gujranwala got 8 mm.
  • Lahore got 7 mm.
  • Sialkot got 6 mm.
  • Rawalpindi got 1 mm.
  • Khyber Paktunkhwa
  • D.I.Khan got 26 mm.
  • Lower Dir got 11 mm.
  • Bannu got 11 mm.
  • Malamjabba got 3 mm.
  • Saidu Sharif got 2 mm.
  • Dir got 1 mm.

Date of Issue – September 2

Yesterday’s upper air cyclonic circulation lies over Bihar.

Mostly dry weather expected in the country however showers/rain with thunder/lightning can occur in one to two areas of the upper parts. This week there are chances of an 11th monsoon spell in the northern areas around September 7 (+1,-1 day error), PWP upgrades the chances from ‘Poor’ to ‘moderate’. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Punjab
  • Lahore got 20 mm.
  • Chakwal got 15 mm.
  • Gujrat got 9 mm.
  • Sialkot got 5 mm.
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Abbotabad got 3 mm.

Date of Issue – September 1

Yesterday’s low pressure over eastern Utter Pradesh, lies over Bihar as an upper air cyclonic circulation. Upper air cyclonic circulation over Sri Lana, it is moving westwards and now lies over Comorin area of India. Weak western trough ’19’ over Jammu & Kashmir, it is moving eastwards.

Mostly dry weather expected in the country however showers/rain with thunder/lightning can occur in one to two areas of the upper parts. In the coming week there are chances of an 11th monsoon spell in the northern areas, PWP upgrades the chances to ‘Poor’. Clouding will increase in the eastern Arabian sea in the coming days. Very poor possibility of a post monsoon spell in Sindh during the mid of September which could be a result of tropical moisture. Following is the amount of the rainfall;

  • Islamabad got 49 mm.
  • Punjab
  • Rawalpindi got 64 mm.
  • Lahore got 20 mm.
  • Mianwali got 18 mm.
  • Mandibahaudin got 13 mm.
  • Murree got 12 mm.
  • Gujranwala got 8 mm.
  • Sialkot got 5 mm.
  • Azad Kashmir
  • Kotli got 45 mm.
  • Rawalkot got 2 mm.
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Saidu Sharif got 40 mm.
  • Risalpur got 30 mm.
  • Malamjabba got 11 mm.
  • Balakot got 8 mm.
  • Lower Dir got 7 mm.
  • Dir got 6 mm
  • Gilgit Baltistan
  • Gilgit 01 mm
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