Two rainstorms heading to Ghana – GMet warns

The Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMet) has reported that its weather monitoring station has identified two rainstorms approaching Ghana on Thursday, May 16.

According to the forecast released Thursday morning, the storm originating from Nigeria is expected to begin around 9:30 am.

Heavy rainfall, accompanied by strong winds and thunderstorms, will affect areas within the coastal and northern regions.

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“A rainstorm that is moderately producing thunderstorms with rain over northern Benin into Togo is expected to drift further westwards to affect the northern half of Ghana. However, a separate rainstorm observed over Nigeria is also expected to propagate westwards to affect the coastal and middle sectors of the country,” the statement read.

GMet cautioned that there is a high risk of flooding and wind storms, advising residents in vulnerable areas to remain vigilant and take necessary precautions.

The recent severe rainstorm caused significant damage in parts of Accra, with fallen trees damaging several cars and billboards being destroyed.

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