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…

Pakistan Weather Update (December 25 – January 5)

Rain coming in the North! Islamabad, Lahore caught in fog Karachi to see sun! Comparing the winter temperatures of last year it is quite understandable that winter 2012 – 2013 has so far remained more closer to a warmer side as the precipitation has been low as well but they were more frequent than last year therefore…

First Winter Outlook (2012 – 2013): Pakistan’s Winter starts slowly!

As it was being earlier expected that El-Nino, the warming of the equatorial waters in the Pacific Ocean, would form and affect the world’s weather pattern especially the winter season but it seems as if nature has some thing else install for the world as El-Nino now looks like a distant dream.

Monsoon Daily Updates – For August 2012

This is actually a part of Monsoon of Pakistan page Date of issue – August 31 Fifth spell coming to an end in Sindh Parts of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Kashmir gets above monthly normal rainfall! Sindh is mostly dry!  Low pressure has moved inland and is now situated over south-east Madya Pradesh and adjoining eastern…

Pakistan Weather Update (January 28 – February 10)

January has seen about five western disturbances in Pakistan uptill now with 2 to 3 cold waves that affected whole country however last week of January has been slightly warmer and drier than starting weeks but all that is about to change again. Summary of Western disturbance A total of 17 rainy waves have affect…

Pakistan Weather Update (January 13 – January 20)

January  is the annual winter month in Pakistan where temperatures drop to their lowest point while the number of rainfall days is high in many parts of the country especially north-western Pakistan but southern parts mostly remain dry with cool winds. The central Asian winds dominate the country that move into north-western India as well.…