Malawi Met warns of further flooding

As Malawi continue to  grapple with ways of assisting thousands of people who have been displaced with floods, the Department of Meteorological Services, has warned of further flooding in most parts of Lower Shire area due to heavy the expected localized rains associated with heavy thunderstorms over most areas.

Troubled waters

Troubled waters

In its weather bulletin released Wednesday the department says heavy rains should be expected Thursday morning and thunder showers in the afternoon.

Here is the detailed weather bulletin report:

WEATHER FORECAST FOR TONIGHT AND TOMORROW 5TH FEBRUARY, 2015

WEATHER SYSTEM AND EXPECTED RESULTS:

Congo air mass and the development of a low pressure area in the Mozambique Channel will continue to bring lot of moisture into Malawi. Expect localized rains associated with heavy thunderstorms over most areas. The risk of flooding remains high mainly in the lower Shire valley.

SHIRE VALLEY

Expect rains tonight and during the morning tomorrow. Heavy thundery r showers in the afternoon.

Forecast Temperatures: Ngabu Min.23°Cand Max.34°C

SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS

Locally heavy rains tonight. High chance of rains in the morning tomorrow and thundery showers during the afternoon.

Forecast Temperatures: Blantyre Min 18°Cand Max. 27°C

CENTRAL AREAS

Expect rains tonight and in the morning tomorrow. Heavy thunderstorms and rain showers later in the day.

Forecast Temperatures: Lilongwe Min.19°Cand Max. 27°C

LAKESHORE AREAS

Heavy rains expected tonight. Partly cloudy with locally heavy thundery rain showers tomorrow.

Forecast Temperatures: Mangochi   Min. 22°Cand Max. 31°C

NORTHERN AREAS

It will be partly cloudy tonight and during the morning tomorrow. Expect heavy thundery showers in the afternoon.

Forecast TemperaturesMzuzu Min.18°Cand Max. 28°C

WINDS: Light to moderate north westerly but gusty in stormy areas.

OUTLOOK FOR FRIDAY: Expect rains with heavy thunderstorms to continue.

TIMES FOR SUNRISE AND SUNSET FOR TOMORROW 5TH FEBRUARY, 2015

CITY SUNRISE SUNSET
MZUZU 05:41 18:16
LILONGWE 05:39 18:19
BLANTYRE 05:32 18:17
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10 thoughts on “Malawi Met warns of further flooding”

  1. apundi says says:

    zonsezi ndichifukwa chobera mavoti pitala tinkanena munthuyi ndi wakumidima kutereku akulipira mwazi umene adalonjeza kuti akamuwinitsa alipira. utenge anthu aku mwera kwako komweko kuno ayi

  2. The last day events,believe it or not,there is no any other explanation. 2much false prophets in the country,they didn’t even foresaw the impending calamity,busy prophesying about who is gonna win the elections za ziiiii,foresake.

  3. Gimbogo says:

    Pitala atsogokelere mtundu wa a Malawi popempheleramvula yasaononga katundu ndi anthu abvule zobvala zake ndikubvala saka ndipo akagudumuke paphulusa ku Ndata kwa masiku asanu ndi awiri

  4. ayu says:

    I thought you, the same people, yes you Malawians prayed for the rains to god, didn’t you pray for the amount?? Kkkkkk gullible creatures. you even boasted good had heard your prayers, today mukuti Malawi watemberedwa, jesus akuchitileni Chifundo, do you know wat you want?? when you are praying , do you know to whom you are praying?? dho you believe that God hears every prayer of all people in the world without limits??

  5. sothini says:

    a yehova abale amene atisiya akwana tatisunguleni life yathuyu tilerere anawu, sanakuleyi.

  6. aDeaconsss says:

    DPP must repent their sins. After, zonse zitha. bible says if my pipo who r called by my name will humble themselves n pray n turn from their wicked ways then shall I hear from heaven .

  7. Patriot says:

    Mvula iyi ikubwera chifukwa cha ujayu. Pulizi a Mvula, a Kusefukira ndi a Ziphaliwali, pitani ku Ndata kumene kumkhala mkulu wabweretsa miliriyi.

  8. True patriot says:

    God saved the Israelites in the wilderness,and can not let his people suffer anymore.It will be well in God’s name.

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