Double Tropical activity in North Indian Ocean – Special Coverage!

“This is a special tropical coverage that started from October 24 and ended on October 31!”  Double tropical activity has been observed in the North Indian Ocean’s Arabian sea and Bay of Bengal. On the average there are four to six tropical storms in this basin but this year there had only been one in…

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Bay of Bengal warming up for a showdown?

‘100% chance of depression in the Bay!’ The Bay of Bengal for the first time ever in this year is getting all warmed up for an event that could be a cause of worry for the residents of eastern India, and maybe for Bangladesh. A tropical cyclone could form in the central Bay of Bengal during the…

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October storminess: Cyclone Onil came with full force!

Cyclone Onil moving towards Thatta district on October 2 October should be dry, hot and humid in the southern parts of the country but the year 2004 again proved that it is not necessary, some Octobers are the exception. But in 2004, the dry, hot and humid days turn into wet, cool and stuffy. These conditions emerged due to a…

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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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Portal Interactive: Recent Storms in Arabian Sea during JUNE

 This article is written by Waseem Ahmed for PWP from Karachi city, Sindh, Pakistan RECENT CYCLONES in Arabian Sea DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE: Arabian Sea, about 20 years ago was known to be a ‘Silent’ or ‘Quiet’ sea and formation of storms/cyclone in this part of water was very rare. However in most of recent past…

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Last Update: Tropical cyclone formation in the Arabian sea

”Increase in rainfall activity in western Indian coast” Pakistan Weather Portal (PWP) on May 7 told its followers that a low pressure might form in the Arabian sea during the second last week of May as supported by an American model however the low did not form as it was expected but the same area…

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