Expect few thunderstorms and
rain showers mainly over southern Malawi on Monday 14th November due to
the influence of moist unstable air mass. However, more thunderstorms
which will be locally heavy mainly over southern, northern and lakeshore
area are expected from Tuesday 15th November to 20th November, 2022 .
This will be due to the meeting of warm easterly and moist south
easterly air mass.
country experienced thunderstorms and rain showers which were locally
heavy mainly over northern and southern areas. Lwakwa in Chitipa,
registered 44.9 mm on 10th November while Nchima in Thyolo, registered
26mm on 13th November, 2022.
are often associated with lightning and strong winds. Therefore, stay
in a safe and closed shelter whenever a thunderstorm is within vicinity
until it clears. The public is also reminded to make sure that all
buildings and other structure are strong enough to withstand strong
winds. Town and City Authorities should make sure that all water
drainage are functional. Farmers are encouraged to seek advice from
Agriculture Extension Workers in their respective areas on planting
For further information please contact: The Director, Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services, Ministry of Natural Resources and Climate Change, P. O. Box 1808, Blantyre, Malawi. Tel: (265) 882 266 579
Place of issue: Blantyre Date of issue: Sunday, 13th November 2022