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Ghana Meteorological Agency Announces That Hilly, Coastal And The Entire Country Will Be Cloudy

Across the hilly and coastal belts of Ghana as of the release of this report is foggy and misty.

This is according to the Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMA).

This communique from the agency responsible for the update of the weather says partly cloudy conditions are expected throughout the entire country today.

Places with hilly and mountaneous are likely to experience foggy with slight rainfall.

Areas covering; Koforidua, Kwahu, and its immediate envrons are to see more of the misty condition.

Further, southern Ghana which includes important cities like; Accra, Aflao, Kosoa, Cape Coast, Axim, etc are all expected to be cloudy.

Few areas as Kumasi, Koforidua, Ho, Akim Oda are just the only towns to see different conditions this morning.

As the day unfolds, it's expected that sunny will interrupt with the earlier cloudiness.

This pegged the average temperature at 22 and 23 in this morning and late hours in the evening.

Additionally, Northern Ghana is as well likely to experience cloudiness in the atmosphere. Such areas as Bawku, Wa, Nalerigu, Tamale, Bole, Bolgatanga, Yendi, Damongo is expected.

Principal areas should expect some rains this morning.

As the day goes by, sunny conditions are to occur later in the afternoon and return to cloudiness again in the late afternoon.

All these atmospheric conditions will in turn see cloudiness in the evening.

As the day separates up north and south, the middle sector covering Goaso, Kete Krachi, Kintampo and Sunyani are likely to see rains in the evening.

Fishmongers are cautioned to be aware as they go about their work.

It is expected that the sea will remain rough throughout the day.

Plus, this report was issued at 0500 UTC. It was released under the watch of the duty forecaster, Boakye Raphael.

The general public is hereby warned to take note of the day’s weather.

Source: GMA

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