Current flooding is blamed on unprecedented monsoon rain. The rainfall anomaly map published by NASA shows unusually intense monsoon rains attributed to La Niña. On 21 june, the Pakistan Meteorological Department cautioned that urban and flash flooding could occur from July to September in the north parts of the country. The same department recorded above-average rainfall in the months of July and Aug 2010, and monitored the flood wave progression . Some of the discharge levels recorded are comparable to those seen during the floods of 1988, 1995, and 1997 .
This Is All About Me !!!
- Vivek Chander
- Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
- I am Vivek Chander, currently pursuing my BE degree in Computer Science and Engineering... Its usually a tough task to carry life without your lovely parents... I am lucky enough to get one such pair of lovable souls... My dad is doing his business in food exporting and my mom is an homemaker. Blogging,surfing,sci fi writing are few places where my mind often stays.... And I'm a guy who would love to have fun with people all the time... I hate insects and i hate boasting...so which il stop with this.