Weather Forecast for Today, Thursday 13th August

Expect cool to cold conditions with clear skies during morning while hazy and mostly sunny during daytime due to an inland high pressure area suppressing cloud development over Malawi.


Shire Valley

(Areas along Shire river, Lakes Chilwa and Chiuta Valleys)

Cold with clear skies during morning. Sunny, hazy and hot in the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Ngabu Min 17 °C and Max 31 °C


Southern Highlands

(Shire highlands, Kirk Range up to Dedza)

Cold with clear skies during morning. Warm and sunny with haze during the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Blantyre Min 11°C and Max 26°C


Lakeshore Areas

(Areas along Lake Malawi; Salima, Nkhotakota, Nkhata Bay, Karonga, Mangochi )

Cool during morning. Hot and sunny with haze in the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Mangochi Min 18 °C and Max 30°C


Central Areas

(Lilongwe, Mchinji, Dowa, Ntchisi, Kasungu and part of Mzimba District)

Very cold with clear skies during morning. Hazy, warm and sunny during the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Lilongwe Min 9°C and Max 27°C


Northern Areas

(All areas north except Lakeshore)

Very cold with clear skies during morning. Expect warm, hazy and sunny conditions in the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Mzuzu Min 8°C and Max 23°C


GENERAL WIND FLOW: Light Easterly Winds


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As from Sunday 9th August to Sunday 16th August 2020, most areas in the south, centre and north of the country are expected to mostly experience warm to hot and mostly sunny but hazy weather conditions during day time. Nights and morning hours will be cool to cold.


This is due to the influence of an inland high pressure system which is suppressing cloud development.

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