‘Leave those de­vices alone’

The Sunday Mail (Zimbabwe) - - NEWS - Lissa Ngorima Sun­day Mail Re­porter

THE Me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal Ser­vices Depart­ment has ad­vised the pub­lic against us­ing elec­tronic de­vices dur­ing thun­der­storms and to also en­sure that rooftops are se­cure as vi­o­lent winds are ex­pected in some parts of Zim­babwe in com­ing days.

In a state­ment, MSD fore­caster Mr James Ngoma said high tem­per­a­tures were ex­pected to con­tinue today with heat storms, ac­com­pa­nied by thun­der, light­ning and strong winds.

Some parts of Mata­bele­land South, Mid­lands, Masvingo and Man­i­ca­land prov­inces will ex­pe­ri­ence morn­ing driz­zles.

High tem­per­a­tures will con­tinue today with Kariba record­ing 42 de­grees Cel­sius, Kadoma 38, Lu­pane 37, Chin­hoyi, Kwekwe and Bin­dura at 36, Bulawayo 35, Harare 34, Mutare 32, Maron­dera, Gweru 30 and Masvingo 25.

Other places that could record tem­per­a­tures of note are Vic­to­ria Falls 35, Vumba 32, Mato­pos and Chi­man­i­mani 31, Nyanga 30 and Great Zim­babwe 25 de­grees Cel­sius.

The MSD said a cloud band from Botswana had sup­pressed tem­per­a­tures over Mata­bele­land South, which re­sulted in heat show­ers in Bulawayo, Mata­bele­land North and South on Fri­day.

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