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Temperature
26°C
Wind
NE at 1 m/s
Humidity
68%
Wednesday
Low
24°C
High
38°C
Wind
NE at 4 m/s
Thursday
Low
26°C
High
41°C
Wind
NNE at 3 m/s
Friday
Low
25°C
High
35°C
Wind
SSW at 3 m/s
Saturday
Low
25°C
High
36°C
Wind
SSW at 3 m/s
Sunday
Low
26°C
High
40°C
Wind
SSW at 3 m/s

Latest publications

March 28, 2015

The dekad under review that is 2nd dekad of March indicated that, most of the Southern parts of the country had deficit rainfall anomalies except part of the Southwest which showed surplus, while northern and central parts had normal rainfall anomalies.

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March 21, 2015

The 1 st dekad of March indicated a decline in rainfall amount in the Southern part of the country when compared to the 3rd dekad of February and the ITD continue to oscillate between latitude 8.50N to 9.50N.

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March 16, 2015

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has produced the 2015 Seasonal Rainfall Prediction (SRP) in fulfillment of its mandate to provide relevant meteorological information, forecasts, advisory and early warnings to ensure informed decisions in all clim

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