Heavy monsoon rains could hit Karachi again

Karachi is experiencing one of its wettest monsoon seasons. The fragile infrastructure of the city is recovering from the previous rains that sub-merged much of the metropolis in the month of July. The rains are battering the city with almost a 7 to 10 day gap. The unofficial stats of the last three major rains…

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.…

Heatwave enters as soon as Winter ends – Karachi burns!

‘Spring Record Broken ?’ This week Karachi was burning both politically as well as climatically, there is no doubt that this winter for Karachi was rainy and at the same time warm, the winter started late but ended normally. As soon as the winter ended, a heat wave entered the city including it’s province where…

Death of Children: Sindh turning into new Africa?

‘After the death of animals, it is the turn of humans!’ The Sindh province of Pakistan has suffered major floods in 2010, 2011 and again in 2012 during the rainy monsoon season, the province also went through a brief drought period during the monsoon season due to which numbers of Peacocks died in the province. Now…

Portal Interactive: Some of the intense (50+ mm) rainfall in Lower Sindh in 1994

 This list has been shared by Umair Dero from Hyderabad, Pakistan On 6th JULY: Mithi 120 mm, Badin 90 mm & Hyderabad 55 mm   • On 16th JULY: Karachi 64 mm   • On 17th JULY: Karachi 56 mm   • On 1st AUGUST: Nawabshah 81 mm   • On 2nd AUGUST: Mithi 222…