Monsoon Daily Updates – For September 2013

Monsoon daily monthly updates Date of Issue – September 16 MONSOON 2013 ENDS IN PAKISTAN TODAY No rain seen that can be termed as a spell! The last monsoon spell has ended in the northern areas on September 16 and with it 2013’s monsoon has come to an end in Pakistan. The 12th monsoon spell…

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Monsoon Daily Updates – For July 2013

This is a part of Monsoon of Pakistan page Provincial capitals 2013 July rainfall ‘July ends with above average rain in few parts of Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Azad Kashmir’ Highest rain in the month of June was recorded in Islamabad Saidpur – 640 mm (average monthly rain is N/A). The average rainfall is taken from…

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Road map for ‘Monsoonistan’ laid: Rains move into Pakistan!

“This is the sixth article related to the monsoon season of 2013 and the last one of the year” ‘Monsoon remains strong despite threats?’ Pakistan is lashed by rains mainly from July to September from the South-west monsoon. The monsoon reaches Pakistan towards the beginning of July and establishes itself by the middle of the month.…

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Look back at Past: Pre-Monsoon rains are just around the corner?

“This is the fourth article related to the monsoon season of 2013 and it will be followed by many more articles” Before Monsoon: Extreme heatwave – Not ended! High temperatures does not necessarily leads to Pre-monsoon, a common misconception. It is worth-mentioning that the extreme heatwave that gripped Pakistan and western & central India in…

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Monsoon Daily Updates – For September 2012

This is actually a part of Monsoon of Pakistan page Date of issue – September 19 “Monsoon 2012 has withdrawn from Pakistan on September 19!” LAST UPDATE: Monsoon has withdrawn from the country as an anti-cyclone has formed over central Punjab and adjoining areas of Pakistan and India as of September 19 as dry weather is expected…

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Portal Interactive: Monsoon review

 These article have been shared by PWP Reader Farjad Akmal from Karachi, Pakistan The rainy season in India arrived late and delivered far less precipitation than usual in summer 2012, leading to severe drought across large parts of the country. More than 50 percent of the labor force in India—the world’s second most populous country—makes…

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Portal Interactive: Dust cloud retreats to Arabia, leaves Pakistan vulnerable to floods

 This article is written by PWP-Reader Craig Dremann from Redwood City, California, United States of America Monsoon cloud filled with moisture are moving over Pakistan, after the Dust Cloud retreated westward to Arabia. However, the Dust Cloud is still blocking the westward movement of the rainfall, stalling it and potentially causing floods. This is a very similar situation as what…

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