2012 – Spectacular weather events in Pakistan!

Once again we are in that time of the year when we have to say goodbye to our old memories and move into a new era hoping that the new year brings happiness and joy to our life. In the year 2012, Pakistan had to go through a lot due to its political and economic…

Pakistan Weather Update (December 25 – January 5)

Rain coming in the North! Islamabad, Lahore caught in fog Karachi to see sun! Comparing the winter temperatures of last year it is quite understandable that winter 2012 – 2013 has so far remained more closer to a warmer side as the precipitation has been low as well but they were more frequent than last year therefore…

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (August 20 – September 3) – Updated on August 27!

Heavy rainfall in Punjab to continue! Drought – Rain ‘must’ lash Karachi now Monsoon coming to an end? The month of August is coming to an end and it seems as it the monsoon has finally come to know that its duty is to pour water frequently. Getting a much awaited boost from the new…

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (April 24 – May 6)

It was a very busy week for the skies of Pakistan since April 9, the country has been witnessing some daily formation of thunderstorms that is keeping the weather pleasant and cool though it may feel good but in real it is having a drastic effect. Since April 9 till April 24, two western disturbance…

Active Weather Approaching: Pakistan Weather Update (April 16 – April 23)

Country-wide rainfall Second April system 45 days left – For what? Pakistan had witnessed very active weather since April 10 which is likely to continue, something that is not much seen in April and was missing since this winter season. A fresh Western Disturbance “02” is likely to grip the country after 48 to 72…

Avalanche in Pakistan – Tragedy at Himalayas!

“Siachen is truly the no-man’s land” On early April 9, a deadly avalanche engulfed Pakistan army headquarters near the Siachen Glacier in the eastern Karakoram range in the Himalaya. The tragedy occurred at an altitude of 15,000 feet, the avalanche has left snow up to 25 metres. Siachen has been named as ”The no-man’s-land” which is 20,000 feet above sea level. Some…