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Zimbabwe Weather Report & Forecast: 23 To 25 November 2021

Zimbabwe Weather Report & Forecast: 23 To 25 November 2021

PREAMBLE: ZIMBABWE EVENING WEATHER REPORT AND FORECAST ISSUED AT 1600 HRS ON TUESDAY 23 NOVEMBER VALID UNTIL THURSDAY 25 NOVEMBER 2021.

Widespread thunderstorms were recorded across the country. The heaviest fall was 70mm (West Nicholson), 59mm (Kezi), 54mm (Chibero), 42mm (Beitbridge), 34mm (Buffalo Range and Kariba), and 32mm (Chipinge and Zvishavane). Meanwhile, cool moist southeasterly winds from the southeastern coast of the subcontinent are beginning to strengthen and infiltrate the country.

FORECAST FOR TOMORROW WEDNESDAY 24 NOVEMBER 2021,

Widespread thunderstorms are expected in the northern half of the country that is, Midlands Province Matabeleland North Province, all the Mashonaland Provinces, Harare Metropolitan Province and northern parts of Manicaland Province. It should be warm by day, becoming mild towards evening. The southern half of the country which includes, Matabeleland South, Bulawayo Metropolitan, Masvingo and southern parts of Manicaland Provinces is anticipated to be mild, cloudy and windy with chances of drizzle and rain.

IMPACTS

• Lightning is a major risk during this period

• Strong winds may be destructive in places

• Temperature fluctuations may affect the health of certain individuals.

• Mosquitoes proliferate during this season.

ACTIONS TO TAKE

• When thunder roars, go indoors. Stay indoors during thunderstorms.

• If outdoors do not shelter under isolated trees or shed.

• If no shelter is available try to couch as low as possible with only your toes touching the ground.

• Ensure roof-tops are secured. Make it a weekly routine to check that roof nails are still holding the roof securely.

• Keep hydrated during the day by drinking adequate amounts of water.

• Persons in Malaria prone areas should take necessary precautions (insecticide spraying, applying mosquito repellents, sleeping under mosquito nets).

• COVID is still a potential threat, stay safe, mask up, and get vaccinated.

TEMPERATURES FOR THE MAIN CITY CENTRES

Max today (actual)

Harare

27

Bulawayo

29

Gweru

23

Mutare

27

Kwekwe

25

Kadoma

28

Masvngo

27

Chinhoyi

28

Lupane

33

Bindura

29

Marondera

26

Gwanda

32

Min tomorrow 18 17 15 18 18 16 17 18 19 19 16 17
Max tomorrow 28 31 26 27 30 32 25 30 36 30 25 27

FORECAST OF TOMORROW’S WEATHER IN HOLIDAY RESORTS

    Min Max
VICTORIA FALLS: Partly cloudy with showers 18 30
KARIBA: Partly cloudy with showers 22 34
GREAT ZIMBABWE: Cloudy with drizzle and rain 17 25
NYANGA: Cloudy with drizzle and rain 12 22
VUMBA: Cloudy with drizzle and rain 16 25
MATOPOS: Cloudy with thunder-showers 17 28
CHIMANIMANI: Cloudy with drizzle and rain 18 23

 

WEATHER FORECAST FOR THURSDAY 25 NOVEMBER 2021

Matabeleland South, Bulawayo Metropolitan, Massingo and southern parts of Manicaland Provinces should be cloudy and mild with light rain: Whilst, Midlands Province, Matabeleland North Province, all the Mashonaland Provinces, Harare Metropolitan Province and northern parts of Manicaland Province is expected to be partly cloudy and warm with chances of late afternoon thundershowers.

More: Pindula News; PRODUCED BY: The Meteorological Services Department


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2 Comments

Mr Kazungula 5 months ago

Thanks for the update


Nkust 5 months ago

Met department yve not yet told us whether these downpours you're reporting signals the start of the rain season you're on record telling us that the rain season is yet to start but vamwe ndirikuona vava kudzvara I think rigging irikwese ana chabikwa are mum about it



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