Causes of the 2022’s super flood in Pakistan

Unprecedented. Relentless and Catastrophic climatic events have made Pakistan ground zero! And here we are again…just few months back we were blogging about the persistency & longevity of the heat wave. The month of March and April are the warmest since 1961 in Pakistan, May and June followed relatively a similar trajectory leading to an…

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (July 16 – July 31) – Updated on July 20

Negative Indian ocean Dipole declared! Lahore getting frequent rains Karachi waiting for it’s turn New Update issued Below from July 20 till July 31  Pakistan has turned into Monsoonistan as rains have moved into Pakistan, the only area of the country that continue to get proper rains is the northern areas that since the pre-monsoon activity in…

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (June 11 – June 25) – Update from June 16!

Very Active June in Pak and India Heavy pre-monsoon expected! Rains in Sindh, Punjab, Khyber, Kashmir  Go below for new updates issued on June 16 June is mostly considered a hot month for Pakistan but in the end pre-monsoon activity can start in some parts of the country however this year the pre-monsoon activity started…

After 10 years – Another February Storm lands in Pakistan!

‘Winter Storm creates havoc’ Rainstorms, Windstorms, Hailstorms, Thunderstorm, Blizzards, Avalanches – These are the things that Pakistan has witnessed in the last three days, astonishingly whole country has been affected by the PWP’s most talked severe winter storm (western disturbance ’18’) in the last few days. This deadly storm has brought countrywide precipitation and a coldwave, as…

Pakistan Weather Update (January 31 – February 10): Winter Storm approaching the country! – Updated!

Updated on February 5! Western disturbance is over Middle East ”This is a major western storm” “Rain from north till south” “Flooding possible in the north” The country has been under the influence of a warming trend as the temperature have risen in various parts of the country by 2°C to 4°C. The southern parts…