The Weather In Pakistan: 40+ Easy Words To Use

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Pakistan has a diverse climate, ranging from hot and arid in the south to temperate and cold in the north. The country experiences four distinct seasons: summer, winter, monsoon, and post-monsoon. Each season brings its own unique weather, i.e., موسم (mausam) conditions. In this blog post, we will describe the weather in Pakistan and discuss the major climate patterns that influence it. We will also explore some of the unique features of the climate in different parts of the country and the best times to visit each region while learning new vocabulary in Urdu.

The Climate Of Pakistan

Pakistan has a continental climate, with hot summers and cold winters. The highest mountain range in the world, the Karakoram, can also experience temperatures of -20°C (-4°F) during the winter months. Basically, there are four major seasons in the country:

  • a cool, dry winter = December to February
  • a hot, dry spring = March through May
  • the summer rainy season = June to September
  • the retreating monsoons = October to November

The Weather Patterns In Pakistan

Pakistan’s weather patterns are highly variable and unpredictable due to its location in a region that experiences a wide range of climatic variations. The weather is usually hottest during the summer, while winter brings colder temperatures, especially in northern Pakistan.

Rainfall patterns vary significantly across the country. The mountainous regions generally experience more rainfall than the plains and deserts. Flash floods are common during the monsoon season in some parts of the country. In some areas, particularly in the north, snowfall is expected during winter.

Pakistan also experiences high winds during the winter, when the jet stream flows southwards, bringing strong winds from the Mediterranean Sea. In addition, tropical storms, known as ‘Cyclones,’ bring heavy rain and wind during the summer months, mainly in Sindh, Punjab, and Balochistan.

Pakistan has hot summers with temperatures reaching up to 45 degrees Celsius. These extreme temperatures are experienced mainly in central and southern Pakistan and can be dangerous due to the increased risk of heat stroke and dehydration.

The Best Time To Visit Pakistan

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The best time to visit Pakistan varies depending on what part of the country you plan to visit. Generally speaking, the best time to visit is from October to April when the weather is cooler, and there is less chance of rainfall. For those wanting to see snowfall, December and January are the best times to visit.

Overall, the weather in Pakistan can be unpredictable and should be considered when planning a trip. However, its rich culture, vibrant cities, and stunning landscapes make it an attractive destination for travelers.

Urdu Weather Vocabulary

Want to enjoy your travel? Learning the Urdu language can certainly help. In this section, let’s focus on mastering the common Urdu words you can use when describing weather conditions.

  1. بارش (Barish): This is used to describe when it is raining.
  2. گرمی (Garmi): This term is used to describe hot temperatures.
  3. برسات (Barsaat): This term is used to describe a storm, whether it is thunder, lightning, or hail.
  4. ہوا (Hawa): This term is used to describe a light breeze or strong wind.
  5. خاموش (Khaamosh): This term is used to describe a peaceful atmosphere with no wind or rain.
  6. دھول (Dhool): This term is used to describe dust in the air.
  7. سردی (Sardi): This term is used to describe cold temperatures.
  8. اداسی (Udaasi): This term is used to describe the feeling of sadness that can come with bad weather.
  9. طوفان (Tuufaan): This term is used to describe a severe tropical cyclone.

By learning some key Urdu weather words and phrases, you can better understand Pakistan’s climate and how it impacts people’s lives.

Other Weather-Related Urdu Vocabulary

Let’s look at a list of helpful vocabulary to further expand your learning.

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EnglishUrduRomanization
AirہواHwa
Air Pressureہوا کا دباؤHwa Ka Dabao
BarometricبیرومیٹرکBarometric
Blizzardبرفانی طوفانBarfani Tufaan
BalmyبالمیBalmy
CityشہرSheher
Climateآب و ہواAabb O Hwa
CloudبادلBaadal
Cloudyابر آلودAbr Alood
DayدنDin
DewاوسOas
Downpourموسلا دھار بارشMosla Dhaar Barish
Drizzleبوندا باندیBonda Bandi
Flash Floodسیلابی ریلےSelabi Railay
FloodسیلابSelaab
FogدھندDhund
GaleآندھیAandhi
GustجھونکاJhaunka
HailاولےOlay
HeatگرمیGarmi
Heat Indexہیٹ انڈیکسHate Index
Heat Waveگرمی کی لہرGarmi Ki Lehar
Ice Stormبرف کا طوفانBarf Ka Tufaan
IcicleبرفانیBarfani
IsobarاسوبارEsobaar
LightningبجلیBijli
Low Pressureکم دباوKam Dabao
MistدوبدDobad
MoistureنمیNami

O-Z

EnglishUrduRomanization
Outlookآؤٹ لکOut Look
Overcastابر آلودAbr Alood
Permafrostپرما فراسٹ۔Permafrost
PrecipitationورنWaran
PressureدباؤDabao
RainبارشBarish
Rain Gageرین گیجRain Gij
SunسورجSooraj
SiteسائٹSite
ShowerشاورShower
SkyآسمانAasman
SmogسموگSmog
Temperatureدرجہ حرارتDarja Hararat
ThunderگرجGaraj
Thunderstormگرج چمکGaraj Chamak
TornadoطوفانTufaan
TropicalاشنکٹبندییAshanktabadi
WarmگرمGaram
Water Cycleآبی چکرAabi Chakkar
WeatherموسمMausam
WhirlwindآندھیAandhi
WindہواHwa
Wind Chillیخ بستہ ہواYakh Basta Hwa
Winterموسم سرماMausam Sarma

Wrapping Up

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