Pakistan’s Monsoon: Do we really need a Monsoon season?

“This is the second article related to the monsoon season of 2013 and it will be followed by many more articles” The country especially the southern parts have seen one of the most unusual winter of all time. It would not be wrong to say that it was the most wettest winter for the southern…

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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…

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Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (June 9 – June 22)

End of Western disturbance? Heat wave developing! Karachi’s Pre-monsoon activity? As June starts the weather over the sub-continent has changed rapidly with each passing day the westerlies are losing strength while easterlies are taking shape. Though Pakistan has been under the grip of western systems along with a severe heat wave so was India whose…

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Pakistan Weather Update (January 20 – January 27) – New!

January, the most coldest month in the country is about to end with good level of precipitation recorded in Pakistan. Though the intensity was weak to moderate but the number of rainy days were greater than compared to December. In Sindh including the city of lights (Karachi), due to the atmospheric conditions prevailing in the…

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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…

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What is climate change? – Pakistan in focus!

A part of PWPGreen What is climate change? Climate change is a global phenomenon rather than localized one, it is a significant change in the distribution of weather patterns across the world ranging from decades to million of years. Natural and human factors both affect global climate. Natural causes include interactions between the ocean and the atmosphere, changes…

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“We will not help Pakistan now!”

Has Pakistan lost it’s International support? At least 3 million people in the Sindh province are still in urgent need of help but nobody is there to listen to these people who are mostly farmers and villagers. First it was the government of Pakistan that did not listen to them but now it appears that…

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