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Zim to experience coldest weather in 2017, warned winter is not yet over

In a statement released yesterday, the Meteorological Services Department (MSD) warned that Zimbabwe will experience the coldest weather so far this year with temperatures expected to fall to seven degrees Celsius from yesterday to Monday.

The statement reads:

Please be advised that the country will be experiencing the coldest weather in 2017 to date. As a result, moderate to severe ground frost is expected in many areas this weekend. We recommend frost protection, training and awareness to be enhanced by responsible authorities. The transition period we are currently in is associated with chaotic weather. For example, while sunny skies usually imply warm weather, this time the air is cold.

We continue to urge people not to be deceived by the clear skies. Warm clothing should be kept nearby. Winter is not yet over. More equally, cold spells alternating with warm to relatively brief hot weather are forecast to be the dominant pattern until around the middle of September 2017.

 

More: Herald

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