NiMet predicts thunder, cloudy conditions on Friday, October 18

NiMet predicts thunder, cloudy conditions on Friday, October 18

- NiMet has predicted thundery and cloudy conditions for Friday, October 18

- The agency predicted partly cloudy condition over the entire northern region, leaving slim chances of thunderstorms over Maiduguri

- It also forecast thunderstorms over the southern states in the morning hours, leaving cloudiness over most parts of the region later in the day

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has predicted thundery and cloudy conditions for Friday, October 18.

NiMet’s weather outlook on Thursday, October 17 in Abuja predicted partly cloudy condition with chances of thunderstorms over Yelwa and northern states in the morning period, NAN reports.

Legit.ng gathers that it further predicted partly cloudy condition over the entire region, leaving slim chances of thunderstorms over Maiduguri with day and night temperatures of 33 to 35 degree Celsius and 23 to 25 degree Celsius.

“For central states, partly cloudy morning is expected with chances of thunderstorms over Abuja, Makurdi, Lokoja and Ilorin.

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“In the afternoon/evening period, thunderstorms are expected over Abuja, Jos, Yola, Jalingo, Lokoja, Makurdi and Mambilla-Plateau.

“Day and night temperature values are expected to be 27 to 33 degree Celsius and 18 to 24 degree Celsius,” it said.

It also forecast thunderstorms over the southern states in the morning hours, leaving cloudiness over most parts of the region later in the day.

According to the agency, day and night temperatures of the region are expected to be 30 to 33 degree Celsius and 21- 23 Celsius respectively.

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Legit.ng previously reported that residents, motorists and travelers in Ondo were on Friday, October 11, held bound and in lamentation following the massive flood that took over the Okitipupa-Idepe road, a major route connecting some towns and villages in the state.

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At about 12pm, many houses along the road had been taken over by flood, following the torrential rain in most parts of southern Nigeria that has lasted for days.

The flood forced residents to adopt the use of canoes while they called on the state government headed by Oluwarotimi Akeredolu to come to their aide.

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