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Sunday 23 April 2017

Fairly moist south easterly air mass is affecting southern and central areas while a touch of the rain belt is still affecting the northern areas. Therefore, it will be warm to hot and partly cloudy over southern and central areas while isolated thunderstorms and rain showers over lakeshore and northern areas. Light Mwera winds will continue blowing over Lake Malawi and Chilwa.

 

Weather safety tip: If you are aware of what weather event is about to impact your area, you are more likely to survive such an event....Read more

 

Area

Expected  AM / PM 

Temperature (°C)

min max
Shire Valley
22 34
Southern Highlands 16 24
Central Areas 15 26
Lakeshore Areas 21 32
Northern Areas

17 24
Winds: Generally south easterly often gusty in stormy areas.

 

 

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Seasonal forecast for 2016-2017:
Generally normal to above normal total rainfall amounts over greater part of the country by the end of the season
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