2013 – Freak Weather Events in Pakistan!

The time passes really quickly, it only seems yesterday that the year 2013 had started and now we are at the last day of the year. Politically 2013 was the year of change in the country. The year did set some new weather records from south to north which you could see below. Going through…

Pakistan Weather Update (December 20 – December 31)

Fog to ease, not end! Snowfall in Gilgit-Baltistan! Will Islamabad see a proper rain? The first overall significant drop in temperature in the country has occurred on December 19 night, temperature will further drop during the last days/week of December as stated on the Facebook page during last week of November. Pakistan may continue to experience…

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…

Gwadar Island: Balochistan Earthquake fails to remain the top news of Pakistan!

‘Pak forgets quake victims: Twitter and Facebook filled with Gwadar Island!’ Pakistani people and their media have given minimum coverage to the earthquake in Balochistan as compared to the disaster elsewhere in the country while the media and the people (Pakistani trends on Twitter) are more interested over the Island that formed near Gwadar, no…

Second powerful Earthquake strikes Pakistan in a year – Panic grips Karachi!

UPDATE SEPTEMBER 28 – FRESH TREMORS JOLTS SINDH AND BALOCHISTAN Island forms near Gwadar coast after powerful quake! Initial reports suggest the earthquake of magnitude 7.7 occurred in the SSE of Balochistan at about 4:29 pm PKT, strong tremors were felt in Karachi. This year in April, a strong earthquake of magnitude 7.8 hit Balochistan-Iran border that…

Post Monsoon Development: Tropical activity likely in Sindh? – Updated

Post Monsoon system no longer under watch for depression The Sindh province usually does experiences a post monsoon spell in some years during the month of September due to the formation of a weather system (upper air cyclonic circulation) in the Arabian sea or a weather system (low pressure) over western India. According to weather…