Pakistan has recorded one of the most elevated temperatures on the planet – 53.5 °C (128.3 °F) – on 26 May 2010. It is not just the most sizzling temperature ever recorded in Pakistan, additionally the most blazing dependably measured temperature ever recorded in the landmass of Asia. As Pakistan is situated on an incredible landmass north of the tropic of malignancy (between scopes 25° and 35° N), it has a mainland kind of atmosphere described by great varieties of temperature, both regularly and every day. High elevations adjust the atmosphere wide open to the harsh elements, snow-secured northern mountains; temperatures on the Baluchistan Plateau are fairly higher, the mean temperature amid June is 38 °C (100 °F) in the fields, the most elevated temperatures can surpass 47 °C (117 °F). In the mid-year, hot winds called Loo blow over the fields amid the day.
Trees shed their leaves to maintain a strategic distance from loss of dampness. The dry, hot climate is broken sporadically by dust tempests and electrical storms that incidentally bring down the temperature. Nighttime's are cool; the diurnal variation in temperature may be as much as 11 C to 17 C. Winters are chilly, with least mean temperatures in Punjab of around 4 °C (39 °F) in January, and below zero temperatures in the far north and Baluchistan.
Western Disturbances generally happen amid the winter months and cause light to direct gives in southern parts of the nation while moderate to overwhelming gives substantial snowfall in the northern parts of the nation. These westerly waves are burglarized of the vast majority of the dampness when they reach Pakistan.
Southwest Monsoon happens in summer from the month of June till September in entire Pakistan barring western Baluchistan, FATA,Chitral and Gilgit–Baluchistan. Storm downpours bring tremendously anticipated help from the searing summer heat. These rainstorm downpours are substantial