Temperature to rise above 40°C in Niger State on Tuesday – NiMet | Dailytrust

Temperature to rise above 40°C in Niger State on Tuesday – NiMet


Some parts of Niger State, Nigeria, will experience temperatures rising above 40°C between 30th November and December 1, 2021.

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) in its daily weather forecast indicated that other parts of the north will experience temperatures below 40°C.

The forecast said: “High temperature greater than 40°C is expected over parts of Niger State.

“However, other parts of Niger, FCT, northern Kwara, Kogi, Benue, Nasarawa, and eastern Plateau in the central states are expected to experience temperatures above 35°C” but less than 40°C.”

Similarly, it said: “Sokoto, Kebbi, and Zamfara in the northwest as well as northern Jigawa, southern Yobe, Borno, Gombe, eastern Bauchi, northern Adamawa, and northern Taraba in the northeast are expected to record temperatures greater than 35°C.

“Also, parts of Ogun State in the southwest could experience 35°C”, the forecast said.

The weather forecast also indicated that most parts of the northern region are predicted to experience temperatures greater than 35°C and less than 40°C.

“In the North-East, Borno, Yobe, Bauchi, Gombe, the Eastern part of Jigawa, Northern Adamawa, and Northern Taraba are all expected to have temperatures in the excess of 35°C”, the forecast showed.

It also said: “Sokoto, the western part of Zamfara, and the Eastern half of Kebbi, in the North East, are all expected to experience temperatures in the excess of 35°C during the forecast period.

“In the central part of the country, Niger, Northern part of Kwara, west of FCT, southern Plateau, North-East of Kogi, and North-west of Benue are all expected to experience high temperatures.”

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