The Climate Of Pakistan

The climate of Pakistan is continental as a whole, but the mountains to the north of it provide its climate a peculiar form. The High mountain ranges of the Himalayas in North Pakistan affect the climate of Pakistan in Many ways. Possibly the most conspicuous effect of the excellent mountain ranges into the North on the climate of towns of Pakistan is the towns of Pakistan are saved from the extreme cold of Central Asia during summer time. To cite a normal example, Multan and Shanghai are situated on the same parallel, but there is a big temperature difference between their winter temperatures so if u want to visit Pakistan northern areas and mountains go with safety tips and best travel backpack.

Information about Climate of Pakistan

Multan records a winter Temperatures of 54 F while in Shanghai it is 38 F.It is since the very high hills of the North do not allow the Cold air to penetrate down to Pakistan. While if Shanghai, there is no mountain barrier into defending it from the cold and ferocious Siberian wind of the North. Likewise Tashkent, in Uzbekistan, situated on the other side of the hills faces the complete fury of Central Asian end with temperatures going down only up to 30 F in winter whereas in Islamabad the winter temperatures around 50 F -thanks in the protective shield of Himalayas into the North.

The other most important effect of the high hills is this steering and containment of monsoon winds. Had there were no hills to this North there would have been no monsoon. If you prefer to go In Himalayas then use backpacks for girls and boys both with all the safety tips. The monsoon coming in the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean are blocked by the high hills to this north and are forced to rise, thus reaching condensation Temperatures and copious rainfall results. Other neighboring nations located on almost the same latitude don't have any rainy season like a monsoon. Afghanistan and Iran are the examples. In these nations, the summertime heat carries on into increase till late July and in several cases up to August and after that decrease progressively in the subsequent months.

 

While and on the opposite hand due to the effect of very high hills to the north of Pakistan, monsoon winds are able to bring the Temperatures down considerably by this end of June and this following month of July, August and Sept are much cooler than if there was no monsoon. In a nutshell, this Himalayan Mountains to this North of Pakistan affect and alter this climate of this country to a considerable degree. As pr northern areas tourist use a smart backpack for hiking and chose Best travel bag and enjoy safely.