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Airport during July.
July. Previous record for rainfall at Karachi is 208 mm
occurred in 1977
2007 Record heat wave gripped Pakistan during June, 2007. The temperature
of 48 C was recorded on 9th June, 2007 at Lahore, a record repeated after
years. Earlier it was recorded on 8th June, 1929
78 years.

2007 Two super cyclones namely Gonu of Cat Cat--5 and Yemyin of Cat-
Cat-1
developed in the Arabian Sea during June, 2007 and hit Makran
coast and adjoining countries.
countries. The history of Arabian Sea at least during
the previous century finds no such events occurring twice in a month
2006 In Pakistan, monsoon-
monsoon-related flooding was blamed for more than 185
deaths from late July through mid-mid-August 2006 (AFP)
(AFP).. In neighboring
eastern Afghanistan, heavy rainfall generated flooding that claimed at
least 35 lives (Associated Press)
2005 Heavy rain caused flooding in parts of Pakistan and Afghanistan in
March.. The flooding hit Balochistan Province very adversely.
March adversely. There
were more than 30 fatalities in southwestern Pakistan


 
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