Malawi Meteorological Services say brace for heavy rains

Heavy rains have caused some problems in some parts of the country particulary northern region district of Karonga where some roads  have been submerged since the onset of the rain season.

Car stranded with heavy rains affecting the roads
Car stranded with heavy rains affecting the roads
Rains leads to some mild flooding
Heavy rains hit Karonga
iRains has caused some problems
iRains has caused some problems

Malawians have been sharing picture of the water flooding the roads on social media.

More rain is expected to hit parts of Malawi  later, according to

Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services (DCCMS) .

DCCMS’s Head of Public Services, Eleanor Kululanga said Malawians should  expect more rains as the season progresses therefore advising them to pay attention to the weather forecasts the department releases.

Principal Agriculture Meteorologist Adams Chavula  advised farmers all over the country to seek more advice from Agriculture Officials if they are not sure on whether to plant or not to plant their crops.

“If they doubt about the amount of rain and whether to plant their crops in their respective areas, they should ask the Agriculture Extension Workers because they have the capacity to measure the soil to determine soil moisture,” he said.

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Mr.Bambo
Mr.Bambo
4 years ago

Igwe yambiri mwina magetsi nkuyambapo kupezeka.Timve sa siltation ndi ma loadshedding ake.

George Chimenya
George Chimenya
4 years ago

Very sad,,

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