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Zimbabwe Weather Report And Forecast 06 -08 June 2022

Zimbabwe Weather Report And Forecast 06 -08 June 2022

The Meteorological Services Department of Zimbabwe has released a weather report and forecast for the period 06 – 08 June 2022. Pindula News presents the report and forecast below:

PREAMBLE

ZIMBABWE EVENING WEATHER REPORT AND FORECAST ISSUED AT 1600 HRS ON MONDAY 06 JUNE 2022 VALID UNTIL WEDNESDAY 08 JUNE 2022.

It was windy over much of the country as clouds were being driven into the southern parts of the country this morning. These resulted in light drizzle in parts of Matabeleland South, Masvingo and Manicaland Provinces. The wind factor also suppressed the occurrence of ground frost countrywide.

FORECASTS FOR TOMORROW, TUESDAY 07 JUNE 2022

Manicaland, and Mashonaland East Provinces should be mostly cloudy and cold in the morning with a slight drizzle in places becoming cool by midday Cold, cloudy and drizzly morning hours are expected in Masvingo, southern parts of the Midlands into Matabeleland South, becoming less cloudy and cool by afternoon. Matabeleland North, Bulawayo Metropolitan, northern districts of Midlands, Harare Metropolitan, Mashonaland West and Central provinces are expected to be mostly clear and cold in the morning with a gentle breeze. It should be cool in the afternoon.

IMPACTS

• Wintry conditions both night and day may affect the body’s health, with common colds, influenza and fever, as well as asthma, being prevalent.

• Nights, when the sky is clear, are actually much colder than those where cloudy conditions persist.

• Veldfires tend to be uncontrollable during windy periods and can destroy vast tracts of land and property as well as pose a threat to human and animal life.

ACTIONS TO TAKE

• Dress appropriately to keep warm especially overnight, and ensure vulnerable members of society are warm as well.

• Poultry producers should note that broilers are sensitive to temperature variations and therefore need to be checked regularly and adjustments made.

• Farmers in areas prone to ground frost should undertake frost prevention measures such as overhead irrigation of crops usually at night /early in the morning.

• Some may opt to use braziers to keep warm; however, this should be done in well-ventilated areas/rooms as it leads to carbon monoxide poisoning.

TEMPERATURES FOR MAIN CITY CENTRES

Max today

Harare

19

Bulawayo

17

Gweru

16

Mutare

19

Kwekwe

21

Kadoma

22

Masvingo

18

Chinhoyi

21

Lupane

25

Bindura

21

Marondera

17

Gwanda

20

Min tomorrow 07 09 06 10 09 08 08 09 07 08 05 09
Max tomorrow 20 20 18 20 22 23 19 22 26 22 18 21

FORECAST OF TOMORROW’S WEATHER IN HOLIDAY RESORTS

Resort Centre Details TEMPERATURES
Min Max
VICTORIA FALLS: Cool with mostly clear skies 09 24
KARIBA: Cool with mostly clear skies 11 26
GREAT ZIMBABWE: Briefly cloudy and cold 08 19
NYANGA: Mostly cloudy and cool 05 15
VUMBA: Mostly cloudy and cool 10 19
MATOPOS: Cool with mostly clear skies 05 19
CHIMANIMANI: Briefly cloudy and cool 11 16

WEATHER FORECAST FOR WEDNESDAY 08 JUNE 2022;

Manicaland Province should be briefly cloudy and cold in the morning becoming less cloudy and mild in the afternoon. All other areas are expected to be sunny and mild by day, though cold in the morning with a chance of moderate ground frost in frost prone areas such as Gweru, Henderson, Kadoma, Kezi and Matopos.

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