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The Usual Climate Of Lahore in March

March 07, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 149

Lahore, the second largest city of Pakistan has a marvelous weather in March with warm days and refreshingly cool nights. The following is a brief sketch of temperature and rainfall pattern of Lahore.


The month starts quite cool with a high of 70 and low of 50. As the month progresses, both the high and low temperature tend to increase and by the middle of the month they are about 75 and 55 respectively. The air is dry and refreshing and so the body feels quite cool. By the end of the month when the high temperature approaches 80 F the low temperature is still below 60 F because dry continental air is prevailing over the region and after sunset temperature drops sharply. On the whole, therefore, the climate is pleasant and it is the best time to visit Lahore for a trip.


The month is generally dry except a few thundershowers accompanied by western disturbance. It is a rain bearing system which visits this region on an average every 10 days. Some of the systems are strong enough to give as much as 2 inches of rain. After the rain, the atmosphere becomes pollution free and the following morning clear blue sky appears with cool breeze blowing strongly. The average monthly rainfall is little more than an inch mostly falling in two or three days.

Relative humidity:

The relative humidity is generally low through out the month except when a western disturbance is approaching. After the rain the relative humidity again drops to about 30 percent. This combined with an air temperature of about 75 makes the weather very pleasant.

Extreme Weather Phenomenon:

This month is safe from any extremes of temperature or rainfall. The highest maximum temperature ever recorded has been 95 and all time low is 44 F.

Wind Speed and Direction:

On the average the speed of surface wind is around 6 Knots mostly blowing from the North-West. Whenever there is a strong rainfall in the northern areas of Pakistan, it directly affects the wind and gust up to 20 knots are then common.

In short, the climate of Lahore in March is cool and pleasant with air generally dry and relative humidity at comfortable level. It is better than most of the other cities to the south and to the north for instance southern cities like Karachi which is quite hot and humid at this time of the year and Islamabad is uncomfortably cool.

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