DAILY WEATHER FOR NIGERIA 

Daily Weather Information

WEATHER SITUATION - 07.08.2016

The Inter Tropical Discontinuity (ITD) which is the indicator to measure the extent of the moist Southwesterly winds has moved North of Bilma (18.7oN) in Niger republic whilst also sustaining it’s position at Faya (18.0oN) in Chad republic, both to the Western and Eastern sector respectively (These are the farthest and Northernmost synoptic observing stations in Niger and Chad republics respectively).

WEATHER SITUATION - 06.08.2016

The 1500GMT satellite imagery of today, shows convective cells developing over the Northeastern states of Yobe, Borno and Adamawa, in the Central states especially over Jos/Bauchi high grounds; convective cells were also observed over the Mambilla plateau and parts of the Southern states of Delta/Anambra/Imo/Rivers/Cross River. Thunderstorms may likely developed in the Northeast and Central states and will move Westwards to affect places including parts of Abuja this evening/night.

WEATHER SITUATION - 05.08.2016

Moist Southwesterly winds originating and blowing from the Atlantic Ocean are established and have oscillated Southwards relative to it’s position of 04/08/2016, within Niger and Chad republics; for today, they have moved to South of Lat. 18.7oN in the Western sector, while also moving it's position to South of Lat. 18.0oN in the Eastern sector, all outside the country.

WEATHER SITUATION - 04.08.2016

Moist Southwesterly winds originating and blowing from the Atlantic Ocean are established and have continue to move slightly Northwards relative to it’s position of 03/08/2016, within Niger and Chad republics; for today, they have moved to North of Lat. 18.7oN in the Western sector, while also moving it's position to North of Lat. 18.0oN in the Eastern sector, all outside the country.

WEATHER SITUATION - 03.08.2016

Moist Southwesterly winds originating and blowing from the Atlantic Ocean are established and have continue to move Northwards relative to it’s position of 02/08/2016, within Niger and Chad republics; for today, they have relocated to North of Lat. 18.7oN in the Western sector, while also moving it's position to North of Lat. 18.0oN in the Eastern sector, all outside the country.

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