Rains Likely to Continue

The Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services has ruled out any threat of dry spells hitting the country within this month.

Spokesperson for the department Yobu Kachiwanda was reacting to communication from Zimbabwe weather authorities warning Zimbabweans of prolonged dry spells starting from January 19 to February 2 this year.

Kachiwanda says that despite the fact that Malawi and Zimbabwe share similar weather patterns, the seasonal focus that was issued in September shows that Malawi will continue to receive normal to above-normal rainfall this month.

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