Global Upfront Newspapers
Cover Environment News

Temperatures Set to Rise in Nigeria, Brace Up, says Nigerian Meteorological Agency

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET) has alerted Nigerians on impending rise in temperatures across the States in the country.

Muntari Yusuf Ibrahim, NIMET’s General Manager, Public Relations, said in a statement on Sunday that some States will have temperatures greater than 35°C and less than 40°C, and greater than 40°C.

According to the statement, “as Nigerians prepare to celebrate Valentine’s Day, the Nigerian Meteorological Agency has given forecast on a rise in temperature across some states in Nigeria.

“The forecast noted there are areas that will have a temperature greater than 35°C and less than 40°C, and greater than 40°C.

“Parts of Kebbi, Niger, Kwara, FCT, Imo, Plateau, Adamawa, Taraba and Benue are expected to experience temperatures greater than 40°C.

“Most parts of the North (except Kano) are expected to experience temperatures greater than 35°C and less than 40°C.

“The entire inland of the South and most parts of the coastal States (except Lagos) are expected to be in the same temperature range.”

Advertize With Us

See Also

IPOB has amassed bombs across Nigeria, says Presidency, accuses Amnesty International of dabbling in domestic politics

Global Upfront

Multinational Joint Task Force rescues 12 hostages from Boko Haram terrorists’ enclave near Lake Chad

Global Upfront

Nigeria: NYSC backtracks, denies giving express advice for Corpers to prepare ransom when using high-risk roads

Global Upfront

EFCC, Army Arrest 120 Suspected Oil Thieves in Port Harcourt

Global Upfront

Finally, Buhari Meets Relatives Of Captives Of March 28 Abuja-Kaduna Attack, Assures “Government Will Do Its Best” To Secure Release Of Remaining 31 Abductees”

Global Upfront

House of Representatives begins screening of CDS, Service Chiefs

Global Upfront

Court sentences man to death by hanging in Kano for alleged blasphemous Whats App post against Islam

Global Upfront

Breaking: EFCC vows to continue case against Orji Uzor Kalu, says Supreme Court verdict is “technical ambush”

Global Upfront

Nigeria’s Boko Haram militants: Six reasons they have not been defeated

Global Upfront

Burkina Faso’s Cim Métal wants to take on Nigeria’s Dangote in Togo’s cement market

Global Upfront

This website uses Cookies to improve User experience. We assume this is OK...If not, please opt-out! Accept Read More