ZIMBABWE EVENING WEATHER REPORT AND FORECAST ISSUED AT 1600 HRS ON WEDNESDAY 05 MAY 2021 VALID UNTIL FRIDAY 07 MAY 2021.
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Slight ground frost occurred in Kezi and Gweru this morning with clear skies and calm winds being observed across the country.
FORECAST FOR TOMORROW THURSDAY 06 MAY 2021,
Clear skies should be predominant across the country with some scattered clouds expected to develop over extreme northern parts of the country.
It should be cold in the morning with a chance of slight ground frost in frost-prone areas (Marondera, Masvingo, Matopos and Henderson).
- Temperature fluctuations between night and day may affect the health of vulnerable members of society such as young children, the elderly and ill persons.
- Cold weather conditions negatively impact poultry animals;
- Soil moisture was slightly increased due to almost countrywide light showers
ACTIONS TO TAKE
- Please ensure that vulnerable members of society are kept warm during these wintry nights.
- Poultry producers should note that broilers are sensitive to temperature variations and therefore need to be checked regularly and adjustment made.
- While soil moisture has slightly reduced the occurrence of frost; farmers in frost-prone areas are encouraged to have frost preventative measure in place.
- COVID is still a potential threat, stay safe, mask up, get vaccinated #Winter Is Coming
FORECAST FOR THURSDAY 06 MAY 2021
It should be sunny though cold in the morning in most parts of the country with a slight ground frost in susceptible areas (Matopos, Henderson and Rusape). It will be mild by afternoon but cool in the evening.
|VICTORIA FALLS:||Mostly sunny and mild||08||28|
|KARIBA:||Mostly sunny and mild||14||30|
|GREAT ZIMBABWE:||Mostly sunny and mild||09||27|
|NYANGA:||Mostly sunny and mild||06||20|
|VUMBA:||Mostly sunny and mild||10||25|
|MATOPOS:||Mostly sunny and mild||08||24|
|CHIMANIMANI:||Mostly sunny and mild||10||23|
PRODUCED BY: The Meteorological Services Department IN CONJUNCTION WITH Department of Civil Protection