Weather Forecast for Today, Sunday 5th July

Expect windy and cold to very cold conditions tonight and with fog patches during morning while partly cloudy with sunny intervals in the afternoon. This is due to an inland high pressure system which is suppressing cloud development over Malawi while at the same time pumping into the country moderate and fairly moist south easterly air mass.


Shire Valley

(Areas along Shire river, Lakes Chilwa and Chiuta Valleys)

Windy and cool conditions during early morning. Sunny during the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Ngabu Min 16 °C and Max 27 °C


Southern Highlands

(Shire highlands, Kirk Range up to Dedza)

Windy and very cold conditions  with patches of fog during early morning. Partly cloudy with sunny intervals in the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Blantyre Min 12°C and Max 22°C


Lakeshore Areas

(Areas along Lake Malawi; Salima, Nkhotakota, Nkhata Bay, Karonga, Mangochi )

Windy and partly cloudy conditions with rain showers over Karonga during morning. Partly cloudy and windy in the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Mangochi Min 17 °C and Max 27°C


Central Areas

(Lilongwe, Mchinji, Dowa, Ntchisi, Kasungu and part of Mzimba District)

Very cold and windy conditions  with patches of fog during early morning. Windy and partly sunny in the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Lilongwe Min 9°C and Max 22°C


Northern Areas

(All areas north except Lakeshore)

Very cold and cloudy with patches of fog  during morning. Windy and partly cloudy with few showers in the afternoon.

Forecast Temperature: Mzuzu Min 8°C and Max 21°C


GENERAL WIND FLOW: Moderate South Easterly Winds


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