Portal Interactive: Karachi Rains in September – A look!

 This article have been shared by Waseem Ahmed from Karachi, Pakistan Brief History of Rains during SEPTEMBER in Karachi: Rain in Karachi ‘during the month of September’ is not a routine view for the people but during last 20 years or so there have been few years in which Karachi had some good rainfall due…

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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…

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Heat wave in South Pakistan in winter?

High and low temperatures! As the winter season continues, the southern areas of Pakistan have been under the grip of a, well a “heat wave” though not a real one, since the last 12 to 14 hours. Maximum temperatures have started to rise and it is already feeling as if the winter season has come…

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Pakistan Weather Update (January 28 – February 10)

January has seen about five western disturbances in Pakistan uptill now with 2 to 3 cold waves that affected whole country however last week of January has been slightly warmer and drier than starting weeks but all that is about to change again. Summary of Western disturbance A total of 17 rainy waves have affect…

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2011 – Astonishing weather events in Pakistan!!

2011 was a very busy year for Pakistan whether it was politically or economically, the country made headlines in the international world almost every month but when we talk about climate then Pakistan saw some of its most weird weather phenomenons in history. So you thought that 2010 was the worst year for Pakistan interms…

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Pakistan Weather Update (December 30 – January 7)

“2011 ends with below normal winter rainfall – 2012 to start with ?” With 2011 coming to an end, December in the country has been unusually dry with four winter systems but none of these having the potential to cause meaningful precipitation in the country. However season’s first snowfall occurred in many mountainous regions of…

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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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