- NiMet has released it predictions for weather condition in Nigeria for Saturday, December 21
- The agency said that there are possibilities that northern and central states will witness dust haze conditions on Saturday
- The body also predicted that southern states of Nigeria will experience early morning mist and fog on the same day
Going by the prediction of the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet), northern and central states in the country will experience dust haze conditions with poor visibility on Saturday, December 21.
NiMet also predicted that residents of the coastal belt will witness early morning mist and fog, The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
For northern region, the agency said that there is high possibility of apearances of dust haze with visibility range of 2 to 5km for Saturday, with day and night temperatures fluctuating between 28 to 35 degree Celsius.
Concerning its predictions for central states in the country, NiMet said: “For central states, dust haze conditions with visibility range of 2 to 5km are expected to prevail over the region throughout the forecast period."
It added that "day and night temperatures are expected to be in the range of 27 to 36 degree Celsius and 12 to 19 degree Celsius respectively.“
Over inland cities of southern states, the agency said that hazy conditions are expected, with high chances of early morning mist and fog over the coastal belts.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that NiMet had predicted stable atmosphere in good visibility for Thursday, November 21.
NiMet’s weather outlook on Wednesday in Abuja predicted pocket of thunderstorms over the southern region within the period of forecast.
NiMet predicted sunny and hazy conditions over the Northern states with day and night temperatures of 34 to 39 degree celsius and 18 to 24 degree celsius.
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