This gradual increase in the average temperature all over the country has adversely hit the seasons in Pakistan. The average duration of the summer season has increased with an increase in the intensity of the heat, and this has naturally shortened the duration of the winters that are becoming less cold. The same is the case with the autumn and the spring seasons – these have also been becoming shorter as a result of the increasing duration of the summers thus Southern Punjab, central Punjab and Sind are experiencing heat waves, and the duration of these heat waves is gradually increasing. The increase in the temperature has changed the phenomenon of the monsoon also. Monsoons in Pakistan have become more intense (only in 2020, the rainfall was 40% above the normal) with the exceptional decrease in the Balochistan Plateau.