Weather Forecast for Tomorrow Friday 28th of February 2020

Expect isolated thundery rain showers mainly over northern half of Malawi while partly cloudy with few showers over the south due to moist easterly air mass.


Shire Valley

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

Warm and partly cloudy conditions during morning. Hot and partly cloudy conditions in the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Ngabu Min 23 °C and Max 35 °C


Southern Highlands

(Shire highlands, Kirk Range up to Dedza)

Forecast Temperature: Blantyre Min °C and Max °C


Lakeshore Areas

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

Forecast Temperature: Mangochi Min °C and Max °C


Central Areas

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

Forecast Temperature: Lilongwe Min °C and Max °C


Northern Areas

(All areas north except Lakeshore)

Forecast Temperature: Mzuzu Min °C and Max °C


GENERAL WIND FLOW: Gusty in Stormy Areas Easterly Winds


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Weeekly weather Statement

As from Sunday 23 February to Sunday 1st March, 2020 there will be a wave of widespread thunderstorms passing through the country starting from the south and eventually moving to the centre and eventually northern areas caused by the Inter Tropical Convergence Zone as it crosses the country, leaving the south with meager and reduced rainfall activities. This will result in most areas in the south to experience erratic and isolated thunderstorms interspaced with dry weather conditions particularly over the extreme south, while thunderstorm rainfall activities inter-spaced with heaviest episodes will be over the north and central areas of the country during most days of the week.
Locally heavy downpours which could result in swelling of rivers due siltation is likely to trigger floods particularly over northern lakeshore areas. The general public is advised to avoid crossing swelling rivers.

To avoid being struck by light.................

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