By Gogo Livingstone
The strong Northern Royal winds will be blowing and exerting high pressure on the central part of Muchinga province where we expect the prevalent docile winds to raise the easterly moist air masses which are in their defence of the current situation.
We expect that the Northern royal airs will bring heavy down pours in the early months of next
year and the situation will raise the Southern, western and North western air masses which have
been extending to the copperbelt through to central provinces. At the end Muchinga will expect very little rains and will be affected by drought which will mostly affect elderly men in their 80s.
This is our forecast for the night.
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