Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (August 20 – September 3) – Updated on August 27!

Heavy rainfall in Punjab to continue! Drought – Rain ‘must’ lash Karachi now Monsoon coming to an end? The month of August is coming to an end and it seems as it the monsoon has finally come to know that its duty is to pour water frequently. Getting a much awaited boost from the new…

Monsoon advancing into Pakistan: All stages set!

“This is the fifth article related to the monsoon season of 2012 and it will be followed by many more articles” “Sleepy way to kick off the monsoon season” Pakistan is lashed by the rains from July to September from the South-west monsoon. This monsoon reaches Pakistan towards the beginning of July and establishes itself by…

Portal Interactive: Brief History of Rains during June in Karachi!

 This article is written by Waseem Ahmed for PWP from Karachi city, Sindh, Pakistan Rains in Karachi ‘during the month of June’ is not a regular feature but during past 20 years or so, in every 2 to 3 years Karachi had some rainfall mostly due to Tropical development (Tropical Cyclone/Storm, Depression or Low) or Pre-Monsoon…

Monsoon 2012 – What will happen in Pakistan?

“This is the second article related to the monsoon season of 2012 and it will be followed by many more articles” The word “monsoon” is derived from Arabic, Hindi and Urdu words of mawsim (موسم) meaning weather, there is also some indications the word is derived from Dutch word of monsun. The Englishmen used to use this…

When will Monsoon start over Pakistan? – In Detail!

               “This is the fifth special monsoon article of 2011 and it will follow many more monsoon article” Monsoon to begin during the first week of July in Pakistan Monsoon season is the annual rainy season in Pakistan. The country depends heavily on these monsoon for its agricultural and water needs. The south-west monsoons roars onto the…

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…