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…

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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…

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Punjab shivers – Dense fog and Icy winds spices up winter in Lahore!

Foggy world in Punjab – Possible relief coming! People of the cultural hub of the country are being forced by nature to stay indoors as dry conditions have developed over the country since weeks leading an increase of icy winds along with dense fog that has brought the true spirit of winters to Lahore and…

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Cyclones and sea levels are rising but slow!

“The Threat of Coastal Flooding very much alive “ Everyone must have heard that the climate change would have a huge impact on the lives of the people but the people never know when such conditions would erupt, we have heard a lot about increase in cyclones, gradual rise of sea waters and countless other…

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Monsoon Daily Updates – For September 2012

This is actually a part of Monsoon of Pakistan page Date of issue – September 19 “Monsoon 2012 has withdrawn from Pakistan on September 19!” LAST UPDATE: Monsoon has withdrawn from the country as an anti-cyclone has formed over central Punjab and adjoining areas of Pakistan and India as of September 19 as dry weather is expected…

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Portal Interactive: Dust cloud retreats to Arabia, leaves Pakistan vulnerable to floods

 This article is written by PWP-Reader Craig Dremann from Redwood City, California, United States of America Monsoon cloud filled with moisture are moving over Pakistan, after the Dust Cloud retreated westward to Arabia. However, the Dust Cloud is still blocking the westward movement of the rainfall, stalling it and potentially causing floods. This is a very similar situation as what…

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Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (September 3 – September 17)

What did not pour – would pour now! Heavy rainfall across the country? Monsoon to gain peak before ending! The country has entered the month of September which is usually remembered as the month in which the monsoon starts to withdraw from the sub-continent. Heavy rainfall in September is quite uncommon in the western sub-continent…

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