Portal Interactive: Intense Lightning in Karachi’s History (since 1991)

This article have been shared by Waseem Ahmed from Karachi, Pakistan Despite having rather ‘dry climate’ Karachi had some memorable days of Massive or Intense Lightning & Thunder during last 20-22 years, some of those dates given below: 1) 16th July, 1994 2) 2nd May, 1997 * 3) 21st – 22nd October (midnight), 1997 4)…

Portal Interactive: Why WSW Clouds not produce heavy rains!

 This article is written by PWP-Reader Farjad Akmal  from Karachi city, Sindh, Pakistan After the start of June Clouds from WSW begin to appear in Karachi,Some Black,Some White and Some a bit Orange.They indicates the presence of Monsoon Currents in The Arabian Sea !!! But why these clouds do not produce Heavy Shower although many…

This year Karachi’s lucky number is 19!

”Something big is going to take place on 19?” There is something special about ’19’ this year in Karachi as far as the weather of the city is concerned because since April, every ’19’ is bringing a changing weather pattern to the Metropolis either in the form of dust storms or rain. It is worth…

Portal Interactive: Brief History of Rains during June in Karachi!

 This article is written by Waseem Ahmed for PWP from Karachi city, Sindh, Pakistan Rains in Karachi ‘during the month of June’ is not a regular feature but during past 20 years or so, in every 2 to 3 years Karachi had some rainfall mostly due to Tropical development (Tropical Cyclone/Storm, Depression or Low) or Pre-Monsoon…

Portal Interactive: Pakistan rainfall will return, either by flood or gently

 This article is written by Craig Dremann for PWP from Redwood City, California, United States of America What I am suggesting, is that both Pakistan and Arabia, are going to be the first two areas on the planet, where the effects of global warming will be experienced in a very dramatic way, when the increased atmospheric moisture content…

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…

Climate change behind Sindh floods!

A part of PWPGreen Sindh province is located in the sub-tropical region of the world where summers are extremely hot while winters are mild. Located at 24.87°N 67.05°E, the province experiences south-west monsoon from July till August. Climatically, Sindh is divided into three climatic zones into Siro, Wichola and Lar. Siro mainly consists of upper parts of the province…