Beginning on Monday, NiMet predicts haziness and three days of sunlight

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Sunshine and haze are predicted by the Nigerian Meteorological Agency, NiMet, for the entire country from Monday to Wednesday.

A sunny but hazy atmosphere was anticipated for the northern area for Monday, according to NiMet’s weather outlook that was announced on Sunday in Abuja.

Forecasts for the North Central cities include a mix of sunshine and cloud cover, with the possibility of isolated thunderstorms later in the day over parts of Kogi and Benue, according to the agency.

Cloudy skies with scattered sunshine are expected throughout the southern interior and coastal regions, with the possibility of thunderstorms in the early hours over portions of Rivers, Bayelsa, Cross River, and Akwa Ibom.

Parts of the states of Ogun, Ondo, Abia, Delta, Rivers, Cross River, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, and Lagos can expect thunderstorms later in the day, according to the report.

Tuesday’s outlook calls for partly sunny and rather cloudy sky in the northern area, according to NiMet.

Over the North Central cities, it foresaw cloud patches in a hazy sky for the whole predicted period.

The National Meteorological Center (NiMet) predicted a partly overcast sky with isolated sunny patches across the southern coastal regions and inland states, with the possibility of morning thunderstorms in the states of Cross River, Lagos, Akwa Ibom, and Edo.

Storms were expected to roll through several states in the afternoon and evening, including Abia, Imo, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, Ogun, Ondo, Edo, Cross River, Delta, Rivers, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, and Lagos, according to the weather agency.

On Wednesday, the northern region should expect a sunny but hazy sky according to the forecast.

During the projected period, the north central cities could expect to see hazy skies with patches of clouds.

Over the southern coastal regions and interior states, you can expect partly cloudy skies with some sunshine in the morning.

It warned that thunderstorms would be possible later in the day in the afternoon and evening over sections of the states of Edo, Ogun, Rivers, Bayelsa, and Delta.

In regions where thunderstorms were expected, the agency warned that high gusts might precede the rainfall, so people should take necessary precautions.

The report indicated that high temperatures persist, particularly in the northern regions.

Children and the elderly should dress warmly for the night, and those with respiratory problems should be careful in light of the current weather conditions.

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