Pakistan Weather Portal – February 2014 in Review!

Pakistan Weather Portal is three years old now! In the month of February, the Portal published only one article; Terror cloud traps New York! Which is also the article of the month. MARCH 6, 2011 – Pak’s first weather blog hit the web and in just three months it started appearing in notable international press. Advertisements

Pakistan Weather Portal (PWP) – December 2013 in review!

In the month of December, Pakistan Weather Portal (PWP) published a total of articles seven articles; First Winter Outlook (2013 – 2014): Pakistan freezes as 30 year old record broken! Merry Christmas from PWP Pakistan Weather Update (December 20 – December 31) The Arab Snow: Now Weather Revolution in Middle East! Lahore blurred out: Punjab hides under fog! Monsoon Daily Updates…

Pakistan Weather Portal (PWP) – May 2013 in Review!

Pakistan Weather Portal (PWP) in the month of May published 12 articles while there were 3 articles from Portal Interactive; Portal Interactive: 31 May and Karachi – 1985 and 1986 Time for Arabian sea to have tropical activities! Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (May 25 – May 31) Lahore suffers as mercury keeps rising Portal Interactive: Tropics that…

Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon Alert (May 25 – May 31)

Extreme heatwave, west for the rescue! Rain in the North after long time! Karachi’s cloud returns On May 8, PWP predicted that a strong heatwave would affect Sindh from the coming week of May. On May 15, it gripped the entire country and gradually intensified on May 16/May 17. This heatwave will continue till the end of…

Lahore suffers as mercury keeps rising

‘Pakistan under severe heatwave since 10 days’ The cultural hub of the country came close in setting a new all time high temperature on May 23 as the highest temperature in the month of May occurred in 1990 (23 years ago) that was 47.4 °C according to NOAA. On May 23, the severe heatwave that has…

Pakistan Election 2013: Dust storms can occur in North!

‘Western system has arrived to witness the election!’ Western disturbance ’06’ with cyclonic circulations over central north-western areas is now moving towards the northern areas of the country. The amount of rainfall in the system is not much however it can bring some dust storms (56 km/h to 76 km/h) to the northern areas including…