Unexpected Monsoon may worsen the Thar drought!

ALERT: Fear of El Nino this monsoon as well- Last seen in 2009!  NOAA, Australian and Japanese Meteorological Agencies have issued El-Nino watch for the Pacific Ocean. Pak Government should gear up for any uncertain situation as deficient monsoon rain may worsen the persisting drought in Thar, leading to severe drought conditions extending upto south…

El-Nino comeback: Monsoon collapses, Pakistan going into drought!

 “This is the sixth article related to the monsoon season of 2012 and it will be followed by many more articles” ”Will drought take over the country’ It should not be called a ‘monsoon season’ as the precipitation has been 50% below normal all over Pakistan. PWP in its monsoon article (2012) that was published in April…

Let it be La-Nina or maybe El-Nino?

“This is the first article related to the monsoon season of 2012 and it will be followed by many more articles” Pakistan experienced an extended winter due to the ongoing phenomenon of La-Nina though the winter season started late but it caused some record to break in the southern province of Sindh where temperatures reached freezing…

Monsoon 2011 and Cyclones – Sub-continent’s coastal threat?

This is the third special monsoon article and it is a sequel of “Monsoon threaten by Indian Ocean Dipole” Who looks after these storm? The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) is the official Regional Specialized Meteorological Centre in the Sub-continent. IMD’s responsiblity is to issue cyclone warning to the South Asian states. The Arabian sea is abbreviated ARB and the Bay of Bengal…

Monsoon threatened by Indian Ocean Dipole!

This is the second monsoon article and it is a sequel of “Sub-continent awaits monsoon” The Pacific Ocean’s temperatures matters for the Monsoon  Cooling and warming of Western Pacific Ocean does effect the Indian Monsoon while the weather of many other countries as well. There are too phases of this phenomenon; El-Nino or El Nino-Southern…

Sub-continent awaits Monsoon season!

This is the first special monsoon article of 2011 and it will follow many more monsoon article Monsoon to begin in Pakistan from June till September The monsoon season of 2011 will start in just 2 months across the Sub-continent. The monsoon bring much awaited relief from the heat waves of May and joy to local farmers…