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GMet warns more rainstorms with thunder and destructive winds

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The Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMET) has advised Ghanaians to prepare for heavy rainfall from now until the end of July.

This caution comes in the wake of flooding recorded following a downpour in parts of Accra on Monday, May 6, 2024.

The Head of Central Analysis and Forecasting at GMet, Felicity Ahafianyo issued the weather alert in an interview on Citinews.

She indicated that, various areas across the country, particularly in the southern regions, could expect thunderstorms accompanied by strong winds.

Ms. Ahafianyo said these winds might lead to damage such as roof detachment from buildings, dislodged tree branches, and even uprooted trees with unstable roots.

“For us in the southern sector, we should put our minds at rest that between now and the end of June/July, we will be getting some rains and most times, it’ll be accompanied by moderate windy conditions with lightning and thunderstorms,” she added


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