NiMet has forecasted sunshine and thunderstorms from May 25 to May 27
The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has predicted sunshine and thunderstorms across Nigeria from Monday to Wednesday.
It predicted chances of a few thunderstorms over Taraba, Southern Borno, Gombe, Bauchi, Kaduna and Adamawa axis later in the day.
According to NiMet, there are chances of morning thunderstorms over central cities like Abuja, Kogi and Nassarawa.
NiMet forecasts prospects of thunderstorms over central cities in the afternoon/evening hours with cloudy mornings over southern areas with chances of a few thunderstorms over Cross River, Akwa Ibom and Port Harcourt axis.
It forecasts better prospects of thunderstorms over the southern region during the afternoon/evening period.
“On Tuesday, cloudy conditions are likely over the northern region with chances of thunderstorms over Gombe, southern Borno, Adamawa, Kaduna and Zaria in the afternoon/evening period.
“Cloudy conditions with prospects of thunderstorms over Abuja, Nassarawa, Plateau, Kogi, Niger and Kwara during the afternoon/evening period are expected.
“The southern region should be cloudy in the morning hours with the exception of Enugu, Ondo and a few cities on the coast that has chances of thunderstorms.
“More prospect of thunderstorms is expected over the region in the afternoon/evening period.’’
NiMet forecasts patches of clouds with intervals of sunshine and light thunderstorms on Wednesday over the north eastern axis in the morning hours.
The agency pictured cloudy conditions with prospects of a few thunderstorms over Sokoto, Zamfara, Kebbi, Kaduna, Gombe, Adamawa and Taraba in the afternoon/evening hours.
The central cities should be cloudy with possibilities of thunderstorms over Kogi, Benue and Nassarawa in the morning hours.
NiMet, however, forecasts chances of thunderstorms over Nassarawa and Abuja in the afternoon/evening period with the southern region to be cloudy with prospects of thunderstorms over south east inland and coastal cities in the morning.
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