Department of Meteorology warns of thundery rain, strong wind at places
September 23 2022 11:42 AM
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Weather inshore until 6pm on Wednesday will be relatively hot daytime with slightly dusty at places
Weather inshore until 6pm on Friday will be misty at first becomes hot daytime with chance of rainy local clouds maybe thundery afternoon, the Department of Meteorology said in its daily weather report.

 

Weather inshore until 6pm on Friday will be misty at first becomes hot daytime with chance of rainy local clouds maybe thundery afternoon, the Department of Meteorology said in its daily weather report, warning of thundery rain at places by afternoon associated with strong wind.

Offshore, it will be misty at times at places at first and scattered clouds, the report added. Wind inshore will be variable at first becomes mainly southeasterly to northwesterly at a speed of 03 to 13 knot gusting to 50 knot with thundery rain.

Offshore, it will be mainly northwesterly at a speed of 05 to 15 knot at first shifting to northwesterly to southwesterly later. Visibility will be 04 to 08 kilometres or 02 kilometres less at places at times.

Sea state inshore will be 1 to 2 feet, Offshore will be 2 to 4 feet.



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