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Foggy, Thunderstorms, Sunny With Rains Should Be Expected Across Ghana - GMA

Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMA) says in a statement that has been released on 7th October, 2022. seeking to bring the 24 hours update of the weather across the length and breadth of Ghana.

Mostly couldy weather conditions are likey to prevail in most part of the country today. This condition exists at the time of the forecast.

In zonal basis, the coastal areas of Ghana are to see misty this morning. The misty weather covers Koforidua, Axim, Takoradi, Akim Oda, Kete Krachi, Kintampo, Sefwi Bekwai, Obuasi etc and the nearby small towns to experience same.

Importantly, care must be taken since upper part of Ghana which includes Accra, Cape Coast, Kasoa, and Aflao will all be clouded.

This cloudiness is very high and the possibility of it resulting in rainfall is above usual.

As the day goes by, rain with high thunderstorms should be anticipated in most areas in the south. Though it is highly predicted that rains will come, sunny conditions must be expected in the upper part of southern Ghana.

As such, the localist should be on the lookout. The nature of the weather is not easily predicted because nature cannot be forecasted.

It is possible that cloudy conditions will return late in the night. This will bring intense cold to the people living in those areas.

Furthermore, the same cloudiness is likely to spread through the northern half of Ghana. Very likely that it'll extend to early hours of the morning and a more likely to the late afternoon.

Yendi, Bole, Bolgatanga, Tamale, Wale-wale, Bawku, Wa, Nalerigu and other towns up-north will all be clouded this early morning.

As the day unfolds, sunny will set in later part of the day.

The sunny will later return to cloudiness in all areas in the Northern half.

The hard to predict weather will see the sea to be rough. As a result, fishermen should be on the lookout.

Source : GMA

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