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.”