Moist Southwesterly winds blowing from the Atlantic Ocean have remained active and their position have remained largely unchanged in the past 24hours; for today, they have largely remained at Lat. 09.7oN in the Western sector and Lat. 09.5oN to the Eastern sector respectively, within Nigeria. The Subtropical anticyclone (also known as Azores high pressure cell over the African continent) located in the Northern Hemisphere remained active. Dust haze in fine visibilities affected most places in Niger republic and Northern Nigeria.
The satellite imagery of today at 1500GMT shows pockets of convective cell developing over areas in Mambilla plateau, in the Southwest and South-South states.
Sunny, while dust haze in fine visibility will continue to affect the Northern states, however, localized visibility of 8000m in dust will affect some places. Sunny, hazy and fair to partly cloudy conditions will affect areas in the Central states in good visibility while visibility of 7000m in dust will affect a few places in the morning. The Southern parts will be partly cloudy to cloudy in misty morning; while thunderstorms are expected to affect places in the Southwest and the Coastal states during the afternoon/evening periods.