Portal Interactive: Rain the month of June

This list has been shared by Umair Dero from Hyderabad, Pakistan Most rain (75-100)% due to ‘Tropical Low/Cyclone’: • JUNE 2010:—–: 300+ mm (max) at Bhitala (Umarkot). (Max wind speed: 90 km/h in Thatta) • JUNE 2007:—–: 125+ mm (max) in Karachi. (Max wind speed: 111 km/h in Karachi) • JUNE 1998:—–: 147.1 mm (max)…

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Portal Interactive: List of Yearly Rainfall of Hyderabad from 1987 to 2011

 This list has been shared by Umair Dero from Hyderabad, Pakistan • 1987: 15.8 mm (Monsoon: 0 mm)(WD: 15.8 mm)   • 1988: 265.3 mm   • 1989: 270.0 mm   • 1990: 170.9 mm   • 1991: 8.5 mm   • 1992: 472.2 mm   • 1993: 60.9 mm   • 1994: 700.5 mm…

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Portal Interactive: Monsoon rain in Lower Sindh (1950 – 2011)

 This article is written by Umair Dero for PWP from Hyderabad city, Sindh, Pakistan List of wettest Month averagely in Lower Sindh due to the Monsoon, Pre-Monsoon & Tropical Cyclone, according to the listed years: from (1950-2011): • 1950 : September (Highest monthly rain: 366 mm at SE Sindh during Sept) • 1951: August • 1952: July •…

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Portal Interactive: List of First Monsoon rainfall in Lower Sindh from 2000-2011

 This article is written by Umair Dero for PWP from Hyderabad city, Sindh, Pakistan List of “First Pre-Monsoon / Monsoon” rainfall in “Lower Sindh” including (Karachi, Hyderabad, Tharparkar, etc) from (2000-2011): ◘ 2000: No Pre-Monsoon rain occured in any part of Lower Sindh, however 1st Monsoon rain occured on 10th August at Tharparkar with 36.0 mm rain. Hyderabad &…

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Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (May 7 – May 17)

A fresh western disturbance is expected to affect the parts of country that is likely to break the hot spells that started during last week of April. No Pre-monsoon activity is expected in the country neither in the southern parts nor the northern parts till the end of May. Summer season – Western Disturbance in…

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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…

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