Update on the condition of the weather today, dated, 19th September, 2022.
The Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMA) states that there is a possible cloudy with severe rains and heavy thunderstorms across the entire 16 regions in Ghana.
Foggy, misty and high rains are expected in the hilly, coastal and other small towns in the Southern-half of the country.
Heavy rains with thundery activities are likely to occur at the release of this report. Southern part will be affected.
Immediate towns will be affected as well.
The possibility of the mentioned conditions occurring in the south is 60%.
Again, early noon and late afternoon will see TSRA.
Late evening will be cloudy with a high possibility of raining.
Over the Northern Ghana, thunderstorms with high rains will be anticipated as the day goes by.
Starting from this morning through to the late night.
Though very low possibility of raining up north, showers of rains are not ruled out.
People living here (North) must take note of it.
Municipalities anticipated to be affected are Tamale, Yendi, Nalerigu, Bawku, Bole, Bolgatanga, Damongo etc.
Again, the sea remains rough. As such, fishermen should be cautious about the sea today.
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