Weather Forecast for Today, Monday 30th March

Most areas over centre and south to remain dry while rain and thunderstorms to continue over more areas up north due to an influx of moist easterly air mass into Malawi.


Shire Valley

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

Mild and partly cloudy during morning. Very hot and partly cloudy in the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Ngabu Min 24 °C and Max 36 °C


Southern Highlands

(Shire highlands, Kirk Range up to Dedza)

Cool and partly cloudy during morning. Hot and partly cloudy with few showers in the afternoon.

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


Lakeshore Areas

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

Expect locally heavy rain and thunderstorms over northern lakeshore areas during morning. Partly cloudy and hot with thundershowers in the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Mangochi Min 22 °C and Max 32°C


Central Areas

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

Cool and partly cloudy during morning. Cloudy and warm with showers over few areas in the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Lilongwe Min 17°C and Max 28°C


Northern Areas

(All areas north except Lakeshore)

Cloudy and cool with thundershowers over few areas during morning. Warm and cloudy with rain showers over few areas in the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Mzuzu Min 17°C and Max 24°C


GENERAL WIND FLOW: Light Southerly Winds


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