Zimbabwe Weather Report & Forecast: 25 To 27 August 2021
25 August 2021
ZIMBABWE EVENING WEATHER REPORT AND FORECAST ISSUED AT 1600 HRS ON WEDNESDAY 25 AUGUST 2021 VALID UNTIL FRIDAY 27 AUGUST 2021.
The rapid decrease in humidity across the country, coupled with calm winds and clear skies resulted in cold morning conditions in a few areas such as Henderson, Gweru, Kadoma, Kwekwe and Nyanga; with Nyanga having moderate ground frost. All other areas were cool in the morning and became warm by midday.
FORECAST FOR TOMORROW THURSDAY 26 AUGUST 2021
Starting off cool across the country, it should rapidly become warm with sunny conditions prevailing. A slight haze is expected in most areas.
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- Vegetation is becoming drier and more susceptible to run-away veldt fires.
- It is becoming warmer over much of the country and slightly more conducive to dehydration in vulnerable members of the society.
- Overnight conditions are becoming less chilly.
ACTIONS TO TAKE
- High fire-danger season is upon us and all members of the society, especially farmers, are encouraged to construct fire-guards at least 9 metres wide to safeguard their property.
- Keep hydrated by drinking adequate amounts of water.
- Wearing sun-hats is advisable if one needs to be outdoors for a prolonged period of time (NB: not more than 1 hour). This is one of the periods to enjoy the beautiful Zimbabwean Sun (UVB), a good source of Vitamin D. This helps improve the body's ability to regulate calcium, which is important for the health of our bones and our skeletal system, the health of our muscles, and the health of our immune system among others. For expert advice please consult a dermatologist or health practitioner.
- COVID-19 pandemic is still a great threat to our health so please stay safe, warm, mask up and observe COVID rules and regulations.
WEATHER FORECAST FRIDAY 27 AUGUST 2021
Sunny and warm daytime conditions are expected over much of the country, though cool both early morning and late evening.
PRODUCED BY: The Meteorological Services Department IN CONJUNCTION WITH Department of Civil Protection