Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (August 10 – August 17)

Intense rains coming for North! Weak Spell possible in south Punjab and Sindh How long the monsoon will stay? Pakistan has now entered it’s second last month of monsoon and in some years August proves to be the last month for monsoon in the country. The northern areas are getting close for their eighth monsoon…

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Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (May 8 – May 22)

Westerlies are coming back! Heat wave coming! Karachi to remain calm! It was feared that due to frequent invasion of westerlies, Pakistan may be abandoned of the important heating trend but we saw that as soon as May started temperature started to rise. It is worth-mentioning the ‘true’ heat waves of summer are missing at the…

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Pakistan Weather Update (February 14 – February 28)

(Updated on February 15) Western winds to interact to eastern winds! New system less powerful in Pakistan! Showers coming in Karachi? The country experienced a powerful Winter storm ’18’ that brought countrywide rainfall with scattered destruction as well as 40 people died in during February 3 till February 6. The winter season is not over yet…

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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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Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (July 24 – July 31)

Two UAC, Monsoon still dull! Rainfall reviving soon? Drought emerging in India Background The third monsoon spell that started around the PWP’s forecasted date on July 18 ended on July 21 without significant rainfall, the spell was helped by the passing western disturbance ’14’. On July 20, the second monsoon started in the central parts…

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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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Total collapse of Monsoon expected in July?

“This is the fourth article related to the monsoon season of 2012 and it will be followed by many more articles” Nightmare for some farmers? As the monsoon season nears in, people in Pakistan are being made to believe that record-breaking flash floods are likely to grip the country for the third consecutive time. The…

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