Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (September 3 – September 17)

What did not pour – would pour now! Heavy rainfall across the country? Monsoon to gain peak before ending! The country has entered the month of September which is usually remembered as the month in which the monsoon starts to withdraw from the sub-continent. Heavy rainfall in September is quite uncommon in the western sub-continent…

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…

Monsoon advancing into Pakistan: All stages set!

“This is the fifth article related to the monsoon season of 2012 and it will be followed by many more articles” “Sleepy way to kick off the monsoon season” Pakistan is lashed by the rains from July to September from the South-west monsoon. This monsoon reaches Pakistan towards the beginning of July and establishes itself by…

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 (March 10 – March 16)

Another Western Disturbance is looking to aim at the northern areas while the southern parts are likely to remain mostly dry. Temperatures are gradually rising in Pakistan. March’s western systems Till now two systems have affected the country with mostly weak to moderate intensity as heavy rainfall/snowfall has been localized that occurred in Khyber province;…

Second Outlook: Balochistan in trouble again!

“Another bad start to the year in Balochistan!” It was another moment of worry in the most neglected province of Balochistan and that issue did not get any media attention who otherwise keep updating the Pakistani nation 24 hours. What happened? on January 15, a woman and four children who were on their way to Nalay…

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…