Expect warm to hot conditions with thunderstorms and rain over more areas due to an incoming high pressure area expected to enhance rain belt over Malawi.
ADVISORY: Thunderstorms are often associated with strong winds and lightning. Therefore, be sure to stay in safe shelter when a thunderstorm is occurring in your locality until it dissipates.
(Areas along Shire river, Lakes Chilwa and Chiuta Valleys)
Warm with thundershowers during early morning. Hot with locally heavy thunderstorms and rain later in the day.
Forecast Temperature: Ngabu Min 24 °C and Max 34 °C
(Shire highlands, Kirk Range up to Dedza)
Cloudy with rain and thunderstorms during early morning. Warm with locally heavy rain and thunderstorms later during the day.
Forecast Temperature: Blantyre Min 19°C and Max 27°C
(Areas along Lake Malawi; Salima, Nkhotakota, Nkhata Bay, Karonga, Mangochi )
Expect mild and cloudy conditions with thunderstorms and rain during early morning. Cloudy with isolated thundershowers later in the day.
Forecast Temperature: Mangochi Min 22 °C and Max 33°C
(Lilongwe, Mchinji, Dowa, Ntchisi, Kasungu and part of Mzimba District)
Cloudy and mild with isolated thunderstorms and rain during early morning. Hot with rain and thunderstorms later in the day.
Forecast Temperature: Lilongwe Min 18°C and Max 28°C
(All areas north except Lakeshore)
Partly cloudy with isolated thunderstorms and rain during morning. Partly cloudy and warm with localized thunderstorms and rain later in the day.
Forecast Temperature: Mzuzu Min 17°C and Max 27°C
GENERAL WIND FLOW: Gusty in Stormy Areas North Easterly Winds
As from Sunday 29 November to Tuesday 1st December 2020, most areas over the south, centre and northern areas of the country are expected to continue experiencing hot to very hot with isolated to scattered thunderstorms with heavy episodes along the lakeshore, southern and central highlands due to the influence of unsteady airflow from the east and north east.
As from Wednesday 2 December to Sunday 6th December 2020, most areas in the south, centre and north of the country are expected to experience a wave of scattered to widespread thunderstorms accompanied by strong winds, starting from the south and to progressively spread to central and northern areas. The thunderstorms are likely and occasionally be heavy and widespread mostly over the south, centre and along lakeshore areas. This is due to the passage of a convergence of airflows from the south east and north east. Lake waters are expected to be rough due to Mwera wind.................