Expect rainstorm over southern half of Ghana that may damage structures, cause flooding – Ghana Meteorological Agency warns.

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Expect rainstorm over southern half of Ghana that may damage structures, cause flooding – Ghana Meteorological Agency warns.

The Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMet) has issued an alert for a rainfall with heavy winds in southern Ghana, including the nearby sea areas.

In a June 6 alert, GMet stated that the downpour is expected to be accompanied by moderate to strong winds, which could break tree branches and damage fragile structures.

According to GMet, this meteorological situation is the result of a moderate downpour that moved from southern Benin to Togo, with a considerable percentage of it affecting the ocean.

According to GMet, the rainfall is predicted to travel westward, causing cloudiness and thunderstorms or showers.

Accra, Tema, Madina, Dodowa, Ablekuma, Pokuase, and the neighboring districts are expected to incur moderate impact.

Koforidua, Akim Oda, Abetifi, Kwahu, Kumasi, Obuasi, Ejura Winneba, Afransi and Odoben areas are expected to be slightly affected.

Meanwhile, Cape Coast, Mankesim, Twifo Hemang, Elmina, Saltpond, Takoradi, Axim, Prestea, Enchi and sourroundings are likely to experience minimal impact from the weather conditions.

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