Karachi rain on April 19, 2012

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…

Rate this:

Temperatures till April 11

Pakistan Weather Update (March 21 – April 6) – NEW!

Sindh to heat up? New system is here now! Rain/Hail/Winds and Khyber! Western Disturbance ’28’ – Rain or it will pass away? The fresh western system that has been numbered ’28’ by PWP would enter sub-continent on March 25, it would affect the northern parts which includes Islamabad, Peshawar, Gilgit, Azad Kashmir, it would have…

Rate this:


Dust storms surrounds Sindh!

Late on March 19, dust storm (mild) has engulfed many cities of Sindh including Karachi and Sukkur. The storm has originated from the desert regions of Balochistan, fresh western disturbance ’27’ is also passing over the northern areas of the country due to which change in wind pattern has occurred in the province. Dust storms…

Rate this:

Temperature and precipitation till March 17

Pakistan Weather Update (March 10 – March 16)

Another Western Disturbance is looking to aim at the northern areas while the southern parts are likely to remain mostly dry. Temperatures are gradually rising in Pakistan. March’s western systems Till now two systems have affected the country with mostly weak to moderate intensity as heavy rainfall/snowfall has been localized that occurred in Khyber province;…

Rate this:

Karachi - Spring Season

Pakistan Weather Update (March 2 – March 9)

“It is the month of flowers as spring looms in” Spring season has started now and its time to say a big bye to winter season. Southern parts have started to heat up but the northern areas are still under a grip of some cold winds which is likely to subside in coming weeks. For…

Rate this:

Monsoon clouds shines over the skyline of Bombay

Let it be La-Nina or maybe El-Nino?

“This is the first article related to the monsoon season of 2012 and it will be followed by many more articles” Pakistan experienced an extended winter due to the ongoing phenomenon of La-Nina though the winter season started late but it caused some record to break in the southern province of Sindh where temperatures reached freezing…

Rate this:

Karachi's sunset during the winter season

Heat wave in South Pakistan in winter?

High and low temperatures! As the winter season continues, the southern areas of Pakistan have been under the grip of a, well a “heat wave” though not a real one, since the last 12 to 14 hours. Maximum temperatures have started to rise and it is already feeling as if the winter season has come…

Rate this: