Posts Tagged ‘Weather’

Winter’s first rain purifies Lahore

Egerton Road after first rain of the season - Lahore, December 30, 2010

See more pictures here: Mystic Misty Lahore

Egerton Road skyline - Lahore, December 30, 2010

Better late than never: Rain

It is raining in Lahore. Finally.

Wind? Check. Rain?

I took a stroll a few minutes ago  to determine what the weather is like on the last Friday of January twenty ten. And the verdict? Fantastic! We finally have a breeze in Lahore, and not some weak  ‘ruffle-some-papers’ breeze,  a true-blue winter breeze that demands sweaters and makes trees physically sway side-to-side.

Now, a humble request to the Weather Department in the sky; what us Lahoris would really appreciate is some rain showers. To be specific, as I am aware there were some parts that received some drizzle action last night–we would like some proper downpour.  You know, like Islamabad got some and everyone knows Lahore is way cooler–so spread the love!  *grin*

The Fog Follow-up (for the lack of a better title)

Watch your step!

Watch your step!

Resistance is Futile--You are completely surrounded!

Resistance is Futile--You are completely surrounded!

Well dear readers, these are some of the clearer photos I was able to capture for you earlier this morning.  I hope they get the point across–as they say–‘a picture is worth a thousand words’.   :)

 

(the fine print: All photos taken by myself  with the aid of my trusty cellphone camera)

Fog in the big city…

Lahore; a foggy night

Lahore; a foggy night

Lahore’s burning hot, man!

With temperatures averaging around 42 degree centigrade, Lahore’s experiencing its hottest times of the year. And if sun’s not taunting enough, loadshedding will make you cry for sure! :P

It is really interesting how artists and copy writers pick, from the changing social fabric of a society, ideas for creative writing. The day before yesterday, I saw an advertisement from Servis Shoes titled ‘Loadshedding Sale’ with amazing discounts on a complete range of shoes at their stores.

Maybe loadshedding is not that bad; especially when someone’s talking about shedding the load of sky-high price tags. So, head for it. *toot parro!*

Fog; and it continues

“The Met Office has said that the fog would continue for the next three to four days in parts of the province.” – Daily Times

 

Fog at night in a Lahore suburb

Fog at night in a Lahore suburb

And guess what, SUPARCO says that pollution and changing weather conditions mean that it is here to stay for years to come especially during winters…

Weather

It is the weather of Lahore that gives the city that tangy flavor.
More like Forrest Gump and his box of chocolates; you never know what you are going to get.

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