Essay On Summer Season In Pakistan
Although the summer temperatures do not get as high as those in Punjab, the high humidity causes the residents a great deal of discomfort.
In Islamabad, there are cold winds from the north of Pakistan.
Only July and August average more than twenty-five millimeters of rain in the Karachi area; the remaining months are exceedingly dry.
The temperature is also more uniform in Karachi than in Islamabad, ranging from an average daily low of 13 °C during winter evenings to an average daily high of 34 °C on summer days.
The survey terms it as the worst drought in the history of the country.
It is also speculated that cycles of tornado years may be correlated to the periods of reduced tropical cyclone activity.
The drought has become a frequent phenomenon in the country.
According to the government, 40 percent of the country's water needs went unmet.
Pakistan has seen many floods, the worst and most destructive is the recent 2010 Pakistan floods, other floods which caused destruction in the history of Pakistan, include the flood of 1950, which killed 2910 people; on 1 July 1977 heavy rains and flooding in Karachi, killed 248 people, according to Pakistan meteorological department 207 millimetres (8.1 in) of rain fell in 24 hours.