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It will be another day of dust haze, poor visibility —NiMET

By News Express on 04/12/2015

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The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMET) has made the following predictions about Nigeria’s weather condition for today, Friday, December 4, 2015:

COASTAL AREAS: Dust haze is expected over the region with horizontal visibility deteriorating within the range of 2-5km

INLAND AREAS: Dust haze is expected to prevail over the inland cities with horizontal visibility deteriorating to 1,000m in some areas.

CENTRAL STATES: Dust haze condition with visibility range of 2-5km is expected to prevail over the entire region with localised visibility1,000m in some places

NORTHERN STATES: Dust haze condition with visibility range of 1000m in some areas.


Source News Express

Posted 04/12/2015 05:23:33 AM


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