Pakistan under floodwater again – Guinness World Record?

‘Not a Natural disaster but a man-made disaster!’ Pakistan should be on the book of Guinness World Record because thanks to our government and authorities we are under floodwater for fourth consecutive year, this year flood situation is similar to the pattern of 2010 floods that started after the record-breaking rains in the north and flood…

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (June 28 – July 12) – Updated on July 4

Monsoon hits the north on June 27 Frequent rains since June 25 Rains return after 7 days! New Update is issued on July 4 –  Go Below Monsoon has advanced into the northern areas of the country mainly Azad Kashmir, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and northern Punjab on June 27. Last rains (pre-monsoon) that occurred in the…

Pakistan Weather Update (March 19 – March 31)

“March to end with two rain systems” Triple fun is coming! Not one, not even two but three western systems are expected to affect the country in just two weeks. March will not end with dry weather! Usually the month is calmer with warming trend and short period of rain but this year similar to…

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…

After 10 years – Another February Storm lands in Pakistan!

‘Winter Storm creates havoc’ Rainstorms, Windstorms, Hailstorms, Thunderstorm, Blizzards, Avalanches – These are the things that Pakistan has witnessed in the last three days, astonishingly whole country has been affected by the PWP’s most talked severe winter storm (western disturbance ’18’) in the last few days. This deadly storm has brought countrywide precipitation and a coldwave, as…

Pakistan Weather Update (October 7 – October 21)

“The driest month starts!” October is the driest month of the country as no major precipitation occurs from the western disturbance nor post-monsoon systems excluding few exceptional years. It is the month in which skies of the country remain clear with hot and humid mornings while mostly cool (bearable) nights. Past weather records show that…

Portal Interactive: Highest 24 hours Precipitation of Pakistan

 This article is shared by Umair Dero for PWP from Hyderabad city, Sindh, Pakistan List of Highest 24 Hours Precipitation in different cities of Pakistan (own’s record of cities): • Karachi: 278.1 mm on 7th August 1953 • Hyderabad: 250.7 mm on 12th September 1962 • Nawabshah: 256.5 mm on 2nd July 1972 • Tharparkar: 512.0…