Weather forecast for Malawi, for all the regions on the 11th of February 2019

This weather report is an overview for the day ahead.

Avoid crossing fast flowing and/or flooded rivers. Winds in most areas. Light and variable but  gusty  in stormy areas.
Sunrise: 5:41am
Sunset: 6:17pm

Shire Valley: This includes areas along Shire river, Lakes Chilwa and Chiuta Valleys.
Partly cloudy  in the morning. Expect hot to very hot conditions with few thunderstorms during the afternoon.

Forecast temperatures for Ngabu:
Minimum: 23℃
Maximum: 34°C

Southern Highlands: This area includes Shire highlands, Kirk Range up to Dedza.
Expect isolated rain  during morning and scattered thunderstorms during the afternoon.

Forecast temperatures for Blantyre.
Minimum:19℃
Maximum:28°C

Central Areas: This area includes Lilongwe, Mchinji, Dowa, Ntcheu, Kasungu and part of Mzimba District.
A chance of thunder showers during morning. Warm and cloudy with localized heavy thundery showers later in the day.

Forecast temperatures for Lilongwe
Minimum: 19℃
Maximum: 27℃

Lakeshore Areas: This includes areas along Lake Malawi.
Localised heavy thunderstorms and showers during morning. Hot conditions with scattered heavy thundery showers in the afternoon.

Forecast temperatures for Mangochi
Minimum 24℃
Maximum 30℃

Northern Areas: This includes all areas north of Mzimba.
Expect few thunderstorms during morning. Occasional thunderstorms and rain during the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Mzuzu
Minimum: 17°C
Maximum: 26°C

Michael Tembo

My Name is Michael Tembo, from Dowa District, Mkulula Chisomba Village, born on the 23 October 1994. I'm Christian, a member of the Malawi Assemblies of God. I grew up in Lilongwe where I went to school, in 2015 I completed my Malawi School Certificate of Education at which point I was selected for various Universities. As a proud of Malawi I am passionate about leaning and growing businesses to support Malawi in becoming a great Nation. I'm currently the Regional Supervisor for TheNews.mw, a news website for young Malawi' people.

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