MSD Weather Report & Forecast: 26 To 28 March 2023
The weather report and forecast issued by the Meteorological Services Department in conjunction with the Department of Civil Protection at 4 PM on Sunday 26 March 2023 valid until Tuesday 28 March 2023:
Partly cloudy conditions prevailed over the country during the day and no station recorded more than 3mm of rainfall.
Meanwhile, a high-pressure ridge is approaching the southeast of the sub-continent.
FORECAST FOR TOMORROW, SATURDAY 25 MARCH 2023,
Manicaland, Masvingo, Bulawayo Metropolitan, Matabeleland South and the southern half of Midlands; early morning cloudy, cool and windy conditions with rain and drizzle are expected.
Matabeleland North, the northern half of Midlands and all Mashonaland provinces; Briefly cloudy conditions with a chance of isolated thunderstorms and temperatures in the mild category are forecast.
Thunderstorms remain probable, and these pose a threat to humans and livestock as well as property.
- Morning Drizzle might cause a minor disruption to outdoor activities
- Rain may affect outdoor activities
- Poultry producers should note that broilers are sensitive to temperature variations.
ACTIONS TO TAKE
- Keep hydrated and if there is a need to stay outdoors for a prolonged period, ensure to wear a sunhat or sunscreen.
- Monitor plants and animals/pets for moisture and heat stress and act accordingly to reduce these impacts by watering or giving them adequate water to drink.
- When lightning is visible or thunder audible, go indoors and avoid contact with water or metal objects. When thunder roars, it is best to be indoors. If outdoors please find shelter immediately; do not shelter under trees or in an isolated shed.
WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY 28 MARCH 2023
The northern parts of the country that is, all Mashonaland provinces, Matabeleland North, the northern half of Midlands, Harare Metropolitan and the northern areas of Manicaland provinces should be partly cloudy with scattered thunderstorms while the southern areas (the southern half of Midlands, Matabeleland South, Bulawayo metropolitan, Masvingo and the southern parts of Manicaland provinces) should have early morning clouds in cool conditions which will disperse as the day progresses which will see temperatures rising to the mild to warm category.
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