HOT and dry weather conditions will continue over most parts of the country, the Zambia Meteorological Department (ZMD) has revealed. And the ZMD has revealed that on Friday last week, Livingstone was Zambia’s hottest city with 38 Degrees Celsius. According to the weather forecast for Friday, the ZMD stated that generally a relatively moist and stable airflow from the south-east was affecting most parts of Zambia resulting into mainly sunny and hot weather conditions.
“The extreme northern parts of Zambia are under the influence of winds from the north-east which are moist and unstable that will tend to give partly cloudy and hot weather conditions with a chance of localised showers and thunderstorms in the afternoons…. Outlook to Monday 25th March, hot and dry weather conditions to continue over most parts of the country,” the ZMD stated. On the seven day weather forecast from March 19 to 25th the ZMD stated that the Copperbelt, Luapula, Northern, Muchinga, Eastern, Lusaka and Central Provinces including the eastern districts of North-western provinces would be cloudy, windy at times and mild with a chance of morning drizzle, becoming partly cloudy and warm in the afternoon.
“The nights will be mild with few clouds…Western Province including the western districts of North-western and Southern Provinces: mainly sunny and warm in the mornings, becoming partly cloudy and hot by afternoon. The nights will be mainly clear and warm,” added ZMD.