Sunshine, hazy weather to prevail Monday to Wednesday: NiMet
The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has predicted sunny and hazy conditions from Monday till Wednesday.
NiMet’s weather outlook released on Sunday predicted sunny and hazy conditions over the northern part of the country during the morning, afternoon and evening hours of Sunday.
According to NiMet, the north-central region is expected to be in sunny and hazy conditions throughout the forecast period.
“The inland and coastal cities of the south are expected to experience cloudiness with intervals of sunshine during the morning hours, with chances of isolated thunderstorms over Bayelsa, Delta and Edo.
”There are also prospects of thunderstorms over parts of Delta, Rivers, Edo, Imo and Cross River during the afternoon and evening hours,” it said.
According to the release, sunny and hazy conditions are expected over the northern region throughout the forecast period on Tuesday.
“The inland and coastal cities of the south are expected to have patches of clouds with intervals of sunshine.
“Later in the day, there are prospects of few thunderstorms over parts of Delta, Edo, Lagos and Cross River, ” it said.
The agency envisaged sunny and hazy conditions over the northern part of the country during the morning and afternoon hours of Wednesday.
According to the statement, the north-central region is expected to be in hazy condition with patches of cloud.
“The inland and coastal cities of the south are expected to be in cloudy condition with sunshine intervals during the morning hours.
“There are prospects of thunderstorms over parts of Cross River, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa and Rivers during the afternoon and evening hours,” it said.
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