Islamabad Airport turned into a ‘Waterport’

Ladies and Gentlemen you have landed at Benazir Bhutto International “Waterport”, Islamabad? On August 6, a severe wave of monsoon rain hit the capital city causing all flights to be cancelled as rain water gathered over the runway. The rain (107 mm) was due to the seventh monsoon spell that brought heavy downpour to many…

Pakistan Weather Update, Monsoon Alert & Tropical Watch (September 8 till September 15)

2013 Monsoon in ending phases? ‘Withdrawing monsoon’ to give more rain to north! Tropical season beginning!  The Monsoon season of 2013 reached it’s peak in Pakistan in the month of August when it poured high intensity rains in the south and the central areas that were experiencing a dry rainy season though the north continued…

Monsoon Daily Updates – For August 2013

This is a part of Monsoon of Pakistan page Provincial capitals 2013 August rainfall ‘August ends with above average rain in most Pakistan’ The average rainfall is taken from Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD); Islamabad – Zero point got 567.3 mm (average monthly rain is 334.7 mm) Karachi – Airport got 106.6 mm (average monthly rain is 60.9…

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (August 10 – August 17)

Intense rains coming for North! Weak Spell possible in south Punjab and Sindh How long the monsoon will stay? Pakistan has now entered it’s second last month of monsoon and in some years August proves to be the last month for monsoon in the country. The northern areas are getting close for their eighth monsoon…

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…

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (July 16 – July 31) – Updated on July 20

Negative Indian ocean Dipole declared! Lahore getting frequent rains Karachi waiting for it’s turn New Update issued Below from July 20 till July 31  Pakistan has turned into Monsoonistan as rains have moved into Pakistan, the only area of the country that continue to get proper rains is the northern areas that since the pre-monsoon activity in…

Portal Interactive: Meteorologically Melodramatic? The Year 2007!

This article has been shared by Zaeem Khalid from Rawalpindi, Pakistan Everyone remembers the oppressive heat of the year 2005 and the near drought conditions experienced in 2006 in most parts of the country. Remarkably below normal rainfall in 2006 and less than 28 noticeable storms in the twin cities of Rawalpindi/Islamabad left things quite…