Pakistan And The Climate Of Pakistan

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Pakistan is located in the temperate area on the planet. The climate of Pakistan is generally divided by two main seasons of cold winter and hot summer. Pakistan has a huge variation among extremes of the temperature. A little rainfall also takes place in Pakistan’s different parts of the country. Pakistan has four seasons; winter, summer, spring and autumn. The winter season or cool winter starts from December and ends in February, the dry spring starts from march through may, the summer or rainy season starts from June till the end of September. Pakistan also faces the monsoon period in the month of October and November. The duration of above-mentioned seasons depends on the locations of regions. Pakistan has many regions, where snow can be seen in the months of December and January. North of the Azad Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, Northern Punjab, Northern half of Khyber-pakhtoon Khwa and some regions of Baluchistan are usually covered with snow in the winter season. Pakistan is always hotter in the months of June and July. The weather of Pakistan is getting hotter as compared to old days. In Wikipedia I studied an article that says: Pakistan has recorded on 26th may 2010, one of the highest temperature in the world, which was 53.5 degree centigrade (128.3 F). It is not only the hottest temperature that is recorded in Pakistan, but hottest as well as in the continent of Asia”. Different parts of Pakistan have its own temperature. The temperature at the Baluchistan Plateau is

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