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Zimbabwe Weather Report & Forecast: 29 To 31 August 2021

29 August 2021

ZIMBABWE EVENING WEATHER REPORT AND FORECAST ISSUED AT 1600 HRS ON SUNDAY 29 AUGUST 2021 VALID UNTIL TUESDAY 31 AUGUST 2021.

Today, it was cloudy, cold and drizzly over areas along and south of the main watershed, namely Bulawayo Metropolitan, Matabeleland South. southern areas of the Midlands (Mberengwa, Zvishavane, Shurugwi, Gweru and Chirumhanzu Districts), southern areas of Mashonaland East (Chikomba, Hwedza and Marondera Districts), Masvingo and Manicaland Provinces. The rest of the country was mostly sunny and warm by day with a slight haze.

FORECAST FOR TOMORROW MONDAY 30 AUGUST 2021

Brief cloudy periods and mild daytime conditions are expected over Manicaland, Mashonaland East into the southern parts of Nlasvingo (Bikita, Chiredzi and parts of Gutu District). Harare Metropolitan and lillashonaland Central (Rushinga, Mount Darwin, Shamva, Bindura and Muzarabani). All other areas should be mostly sunny, with warm and hazy weather in provinces such as Mashonaland West, Matabeleland North; while Matabeleland South, Bulawayo Metropolitan and Midlands are anticipated to be mild by noon. It should become cool countrywide toward evening.


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IMPACTS

• HIGH FIRE DANGER SEASON: Seemingly small and manageable fires can easily go out of control during this period. Dry conditions cause vegetation to be highly susceptible to forest fires.

• While land preparations are very vital at this stage, those engaged in such on-farm and other outdoor activities are reminded that it is a crime to start veldt fires.

• The air-to-dust ratio in the atmosphere, at this time of the year, is heightened; as such people with respiratory challenges/predispositions such as asthma, hay fever and other allergies may be affected.

ACTIONS TO TAKE

• All farmers including urban farmers are urged to reduce the amount of grass on their farms and residential properties through hay baling, thatch, and broom grass harvesting as a fire prevention measure.

• The public is urged to safeguard against the spreading of wildfires through constructing fire-guards that are maintained free from combustible matter and arc at least 9 (nine) meters wide.

• Antihistamines, respirators or inhalers should be on standby for those prone to respiratory illnesses. School children are urged to wear masks, always maintain social distance at school and play.

TEMPERATURES FOR THE MAIN CITY CENTRES

Max today

Harare

28

Bulawayo

15

Gweru

18

Mutare

20

Kwekwe

28

Kadoma

29

Masvingo

17

Chinhoyi

31

Lupane

32

Bindura

28

Marondera

21

Gwanda

16

Min tomorrow 13 12 11 12 15 13 12 13 11 13 11 11
Max tomorrow 26 25 23 26 28 29 25 30 30 27 23 27

 

FORECAST OF TOMORROW'S WEATHER IN HOLIDAY RESORTS

 

  TEMP: Min TEMP: Max
VICTORIA FALLS: Sunny, hazy and warm 12 30
KARIBA: Sunny and warm 17 32
GREAT ZIMBABWE: Mostly sunny and mild 12 25
NYANGA: Partly cloudy and mild 10 18
VUMBA: Partly cloudy and mild 12 22
MATOPOS: Mostly sunny and mild 10 23
CHIMANIMANI: Partly cloudy and mild 10 19

WEATHER FORECAST TUESDAY 31 AUGUST 2021

Sunny, hazy and warm daytime conditions are expected over the entire country. However, morning and evening should be cool with a slight breeze in places.

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