The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has predicted that thunderstorms and rainfalls would prevail over most parts of the country on Monday. NiMet’s Weather Outlook by its Central Forecast Office (CFO) on Sunday, predicted localised morning thunderstorms over the central cities like Yola, Bauchi, Ibi, Makurdi, Minna, Jalingo and Abuja.
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NMets predicts 60% chances of more rains in 2018It also predicted scattered thunderstorms over the region during the afternoon and evening hours with day and night temperatures of 26 to 31 and 16 to 23 degrees Celsius respectively. The agency predicted that Northern cities would experience partly cloudy conditions throughout the forecast period with thunderstorms over southern Maiduguri in the afternoon and evening period.
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It also predicted that northern cities would have day and night temperatures in the ranges of 31 to 33 and 20 to 23 degrees Celsius respectively. According to NiMet, Southern States will experience cloudy morning with prevalence of moderate rains over Lagos, Calabar and Port-Harcourt. “Later in the day, there are prospects of rains over most parts of the inland and coastal cities with day and night temperatures of 29 to 31 and 20 to 22 degrees Celsius respectively,” NiMet predicted. (NAN). Continue reading
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NiMet predicts nationwide thunderstorms, rains for Monday