2013 – Freak Weather Events in Pakistan!

The time passes really quickly, it only seems yesterday that the year 2013 had started and now we are at the last day of the year. Politically 2013 was the year of change in the country. The year did set some new weather records from south to north which you could see below. Going through…

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First Winter Outlook (2013 – 2014): Pakistan freezes as 30 year old record broken!

‘Coldest December in 30 years! – North Balochistan and Islamabad breaks record’ As the year was coming to an end, Pakistan (parts of the country) experienced the coldest December in 30 years. The country witnessed a quick transition from a long hot October to early mild cold November however the southern parts of the country experienced…

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Pakistan Weather Update (December 20 – December 31)

Fog to ease, not end! Snowfall in Gilgit-Baltistan! Will Islamabad see a proper rain? The first overall significant drop in temperature in the country has occurred on December 19 night, temperature will further drop during the last days/week of December as stated on the Facebook page during last week of November. Pakistan may continue to experience…

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Post Monsoon Development: Tropical activity likely in Sindh? – Updated

Post Monsoon system no longer under watch for depression The Sindh province usually does experiences a post monsoon spell in some years during the month of September due to the formation of a weather system (upper air cyclonic circulation) in the Arabian sea or a weather system (low pressure) over western India. According to weather…

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Pakistan Weather Update, Monsoon Alert & Tropical Watch (September 8 till September 15)

2013 Monsoon in ending phases? ‘Withdrawing monsoon’ to give more rain to north! Tropical season beginning!  The Monsoon season of 2013 reached it’s peak in Pakistan in the month of August when it poured high intensity rains in the south and the central areas that were experiencing a dry rainy season though the north continued…

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Monsoon Daily Updates – For August 2013

This is a part of Monsoon of Pakistan page Provincial capitals 2013 August rainfall ‘August ends with above average rain in most Pakistan’ The average rainfall is taken from Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD); Islamabad – Zero point got 567.3 mm (average monthly rain is 334.7 mm) Karachi – Airport got 106.6 mm (average monthly rain is 60.9…

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Pakistan under floodwater again – Guinness World Record?

‘Not a Natural disaster but a man-made disaster!’ Pakistan should be on the book of Guinness World Record because thanks to our government and authorities we are under floodwater for fourth consecutive year, this year flood situation is similar to the pattern of 2010 floods that started after the record-breaking rains in the north and flood…

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