Pakistan Weather Update (October 27 – November 10)

 Western Disturbance to bring cool winds! Tropical activity in Arabian sea and Bay Lahore cools up – Karachi remains dry! The driest month for the country is about to end as Pakistan starts to move into its winter season. A typical Winter season last from November till February however there had been some exceptional years…

Portal Interactive: Wettest Monsoon in Karachi for over 25 years

 These pictures have been shared by Waseem Ahmed from Karachi, Pakistan During last 20 to 25 years Karachi witnessed variety of Monsoon seasons with sometimes very little or no rain in the season during July to September like 1987, 1991, 1993, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002 and 2004 – where in few years the city…

Changing colours of Karachi!

‘Different types of clouds hovered over the city on August 16.’

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (August 5 – August 19)

Rains, Rains and more Rains – Punjab Dry, dry and more dry – Sindh Low pressure: What will happen now? Pakistan: Past conditions While entering the month of August, the northern areas (only) experienced the fifth monsoon spell that started from July 30 and lasted till August 2. The intensity of the fifth spell was weak…

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…

Pakistan Weather Update & Tropical Alert (November 25 – December 9)

Karachi’s night temperature falls Fog engulfs Lahore and Multan! Storm brewing in the Arabian sea?  November is coming to an end with little to no precipitation in the country, however foggy conditions like last year has also developed due to lack of rainfall. Temperatures have considerably dropped in almost all parts of the country and…

Pakistan Weather Update (November 12 – November 25)

A shallow western disturbance might affect the extreme upper parts of Pakistan during the middle of November that may further cause the temperature to drop in the northern areas of the country. After experiencing a post-monsoonal weather in Sindh, the province is likely witness some dry winds with misty morning in the coming few days.…