Nigeria to Experience Rains and Thunderstorms from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st/08/2022 across the country.

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NiMet’s weather outlook released on Thursday 18th August 2022 in Abuja predicted thunderstorms over parts of Sokoto, Zamfara, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, Taraba, and Adamawa State during the morning hours of Friday.

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NiMet’s weather outlook released on Thursday 18th August 2022 in Abuja predicted thunderstorms over parts of Sokoto, Zamfara, Kebbi, Yobe, Borno, Taraba, and Adamawa State during the morning hours of Friday. According to the report, www.cliqjets.com learn that there are chances of thunderstorms over parts of Jigawa, Sokoto, Kaduna, Bauchi, Gombe, Zamfara, Kano, Katsina, Borno, Yobe, and Kebbi State later in the day.

The agency predicted Intermittent rains over the North Central region throughout the forecast period.

NiMet forecasts light rains over the inland and coastal cities of the South in the morning hours with moderate rains over the inland and coastal region later in the day.

For Saturday, a Cloudy atmosphere is expected over the Northern region with prospects of thunderstorms over parts of Kano, Katsina, and Sokoto State during the morning hours.

Later in the day, thunderstorms are expected over parts of Bauchi, Kebbi, Katsina, Kano, and Sokoto State.

“The North central region is expected to be cloudy with chances of morning rains over parts of Kwara, Niger, and the Federal Capital Territory,” it said.

According to it, rains are expected over parts of the Federal Capital Territory, Benue, Kogi, Plateau, and Nasarawa State during the afternoon and evening hours.

It envisaged a cloudy atmosphere over the inland and coastal cities of the South with chances of light rains over Rivers and Akwa Ibom in the morning hours

The agency anticipated prospects of moderate rains over parts of Ekiti, Ondo, Ogun, Oyo, Osun, Enugu, Imo, Edo, and the coast later in the day.

The agency forecast a cloudy atmosphere over the Northern region on Sunday with prospects of thunderstorms over parts of Kebbi, Borno, and Sokoto State during the morning hours.

It anticipated thunderstorms over parts of Sokoto, Kano, Bauchi, Gombe, Borno, and Adamawa State during the afternoon and evening hours.

“The North central region is expected to be cloudy in the morning hours. Thunderstorms are expected over parts of Plateau and Benue States during the afternoon and evening hours.

“The inland and the coastal cities of the South are expected to be cloudy in the morning hours.

“Later in the day, moderate rains are expected over parts of Ogun, Imo, Edo, Delta, Lagos, Bayelsa, Cross River, and Akwa Ibom State,” it said.

According to the agency, the northern parts of the country are still at risk of floods. Emergency agencies are expected to be on alert.

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