The people of this country enjoy all the seasons along
with the different natural gifts like snowfall, different kinds of vegetables
and fruits, rain, leave fall and many other things Climate of Pakistan deviates
from tropical to temperate. Coastal south
is dry, identified by a monsoon spell with sufficient rainfall
and a dry season with minor rainfall. The province of Punjab experiences
plentiful rainfall and great
differences between extremes of temperature at certain places. In some parts of
the country rainfall is too little while some parts experience it in abundance.
However, the definite differences present among certain locations cannot be
masked in spite of some generalizations. As, the area along the shoreline of
Arabian Sea is typically warm, whereas the frozen snow-covered hilltops of the
of the far north region are so cold that they cannot be accessed by anyone
except for excellent climbers for a few weeks in May and June of each year. As
the time passes, climate conditions of a place also keep on
changing. However, the months which have common characteristics can be
grouped together and named as a “season”.
Pakistan has four
Winter: which is a cool and dry season. In
winter the days become shorter and the night become longer. The hilly areas of
Pakistan become covered with the snow which attract many people from across the
country and outside the country.
It is distinct from the other seasons. It starts after winter and lasts till
March. It is also called as ‘fall’ because trees shed their leaves in this
season. Autumn is more like a transitory season,
which is more prominent only in northern regions falling between the hot and
the cool seasons.
Spring: Spring is the most blissful
season. It starts in March and lasts for one to two months. In this season
plants grow and flowers blossom. ‘Basant’, a cultural event, is another
specialty of spring season. Weather is not so cool neither so hot
because it is only a transitory period of short duration between summer and
winter. New flowers and buds grow. A large variety of flowers is seen
everywhere in spring season.
So is also the autumn, which is more
prominent only in our northern regions falling between the hot and the cool
Summer rainy season and then a monsoon spell, which
varies from place to place. It is the hottest season. Starting
from the May it ends in the September. It stays for longest time in comparison
with other seasons, which is 4 to 5 months. When it comes the days
become longer compare to the other days. The sun shines to its supreme and it
becomes very hot. Children get summer vacations and to beat the heat many
people visit water parks. Pakistani people visit lakes in summer and take ice
creams and shakes. Special fruits of summer are mango and melon.
Islamabad, the capital city, also has a
varying climate throughout the year.
About 11.81 inches rainfall occurs in the month of July and august,
which is almost half of the total rainfall. The rest of the year has
significantly less rain, which is about 3.94 inches per month. In spring,
hailstorms also occur.
Karachi, which is the biggest city of Pakistan gets much less
rainfall than Islamabad but is more humid. Most months of the year are super
dry with little rainfall. The temperature is also more consistent in Karachi
than in Islamabad
Pakistan is blessed with all types of seasons
with varying duration. Every season comes with different natural gifts like
snowfall in winter, many varieties of vegetables and fruits, rain, leave fall
and many other things.
A large number of fruits and vegetables are
available to enjoy.