Monsoon Daily Updates – For July 2012

This is actually a part of Monsoon of Pakistan page Date of Publish – July 31 5th monsoon spell continues! July ends with below normal rainfall across the country! Three upper air cyclonic circulations persists over India; one over north-west (it is weakening), central and eastern India. PWP downgrades the third spell in Sindh for this…

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (June 25 – July 9) – NEW!

Western winds in Punjab! High temperatures coming? Drizzles in Karachi! The country is now entering the annual monsoon season (July) but the northern and few adjoining central parts are under the influence of westerlies that continue to affect the areas. The latest example came from western disturbance ’11’ (Numbered by PWP), it wrecked havoc in northern…

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (June 9 – June 22)

End of Western disturbance? Heat wave developing! Karachi’s Pre-monsoon activity? As June starts the weather over the sub-continent has changed rapidly with each passing day the westerlies are losing strength while easterlies are taking shape. Though Pakistan has been under the grip of western systems along with a severe heat wave so was India whose…

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 and its Dangers – How many people will die this year?

This is the forth special monsoon article and it is a sequel of “Monsoon 2011 and Cyclones – Sub-continent’s coastal threat?” Monsoon season brings much awaited relief to the Indian economy which depends 80% on monsoon for their crops export. Pakistan is dependent on monsoon rainfall for its water and electricity production. But where there is…

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…