Good rains recorded in Northern Namibia

WINDHOEK; Good rains have been recorded over the northern part of Namibia on Wednesday.

The Chief Meteorogical Technician and Forecasting at the Namibia Meteorological Services, Odillo Kgobetsi made this revelation in an Interview with Nampa here on Thursday.

Kgobetsi said Grootfontein town in Otjozondjupa region recorded the highest rainfall 6.4 mm of rain measured there.

This was followed by Oshikango, 4.6mm; Eenhana, 3.0mm; Oshakati, 3.8 mm; Ondangwa,1.0mm; Outapi, 0.8mm; Okahao, 0.6mm; Tsumeb, 0.3mm and Rundu, 0.2mm.

Kgobetsi said synoptic conditions further predicts good rains for the central northern Namibia as from Sunday, which are expected to last until Tuesday next week.

“Good rain is on its way down to the central part of the country and towards the south. People should just have patients as we will keep monitoring the movement of the rain,” he said.

Namibia is yet to receive favourable rain during the current rainy season, which is already in its second half.

SOURCE: Nampa