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South Sudan expects normal rainfall

By Aweye Teddy Onam

Most parts of South Sudan are projected to receive normal average conditions with rainfall ranging from 50-100mm between September 19th to 26th, 2023, according to a weather forecast by the South Sudan Civil Aviation indicated.

The weekly weather forecast further indicates that many areas, including parts of Western Bahr El Ghazal, Northern Bahr El Ghazal, Western Equatoria, Unity State, parts of Warrap, and parts of Malakal town and Central Equatoria will receive rainfall from 50-100mm.

However, the southeastern part of the country, specifically Eastern Equatoria state and Pibor Administrative Area, may experience drier conditions with a probability of more than 50% and less than 30mm of expected rainfall.

The Meteorological Services have confirmed that there is a decreased likelihood of normal average conditions over much of the country, with Renk, Pibor, and Kapoeta expected to have a temperature of 32 degrees.

This indicates that temperatures will be close to the average for this time of year, which may be hot in some locations.

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