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…

Pakistan Weather Update (January 13 – January 20)

January  is the annual winter month in Pakistan where temperatures drop to their lowest point while the number of rainfall days is high in many parts of the country especially north-western Pakistan but southern parts mostly remain dry with cool winds. The central Asian winds dominate the country that move into north-western India as well.…

History of drought in Pakistan – In detail

Drought has become a frequent phenomenon in the country due to rise in pollution and climatic changes. Drought is when you have less rainfall than you expected over an extended period of time, usually several months or longer. Drought is a normal part of climate, and it can occur almost anywhere on earth. According to a report…

Pakistan Weather Update (April 20 – April 22)

As I said on April 11 that a another western disturbance will effect Pakistan on April 20 and thus a shallow western winds have entered the upper parts of the country under its influence more rains are expected in Upper Pakistan. Which areas will get rain? Mostly upper parts that is Islamabad, Murree, Gilgit, Kashmir, Khyber…

Cyclone hits Karachi, India – War with Ghazi deepens!

 This article is a sequel of “Cyclone vs Karachi saint” According to the Indian meteorological Department (IMD), the cyclone made landfall in the vicinity of Karachi but according to the New York Times “cyclone swept over Karachi”. If this is true then Abdullah Shah Ghazi lost the war with cyclones many many years ago. Who was Abdullah…