Yesterday night, Lahore was gripped by a ferocious dust-storm. The wind blew at abnormal speeds in parts of the city, uprooting some trees & utility supply poles. The storm continued for a well 4-5 hours. Surprisingly, my electricity, telephones, & cable weren’t interrupted for a minute…

As a result of last night’s wind blows, today, we have a fresh and surprising change in weather. From yesterday’s 44 degree celcius, sun seems to be less harsh today as relatively cool breeze brushes the faces.

I hope it remains this way for a couple of days as there is no avoiding the upcoming boiling point, pressure cooker months. Aur haan, we shouldn’t forget, ‘abhi to garmion ka aaghaz hai; aage aage daikhiyay hota hai kya’.

2 Comments so far

  1. Zain (unregistered) on May 9th, 2006 @ 6:04 pm

    I had a flight back to Karachi yesterday and was heading towards the airport. Lahore seemed similar to Dubai! It was horrible. I thought the flight would be delayed but the andheri lasted for two hours I reckon and then vanished. Relief!!!

  2. shi (unregistered) on May 13th, 2006 @ 11:21 pm

    HM, Please send me the login page link. Shi

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