THE coast and the North will most likely be hot on Monday, with many places in these areas expected to record maximum temperatures ranging between 27˚C and 32˚C, according to Namibia Meteorological Services.
These hot conditions will be particularly extreme at the coast, where Walvis Bay is expected to record a minimum temperature of 14˚C, with a maximum temperature of 32˚C. Other coastal towns, such as Swakopmund and Henties Bay are also expected to record minimum temperatures of 14˚C, but with maximum temperatures of 30˚C.
According to Namibia Meteorological Services, these hot temperatures will be accompanied by partly cloudy conditions at the coast, which will transition into sunny weather during the afternoon.
The north and north-eastern areas are also expected to be partly cloudy and hot, while the North-west will most likely be sunny and hot.
Northern towns, such as Eenhana and Oshakati can expect minimum temperatures of 10˚C and maximum temperatures ranging between 28˚C and 29˚C and in the North-east, Nkurenkuru and Rundu are expected to record minimum temperatures of 8˚C and maximum temperatures of 28˚C on Monday.
In the North-west, Opuwo and Outapi are expected to record minimum temperatures of 10˚C and maximum temperatures of 27˚C.
While the South recorded temperatures as low as -1˚C before the weekend, temperatures have since risen significantly and the region is now expected to record minimum and maximum temperatures equivalent to that of the North-east.
In this regard, places such as Keetmanshoop, Maltahohe and Mariental are expected to record minimum temperatures of 8˚C and maximum temperatures ranging between 27˚C and 28˚C.
Namibia Meteorological Services also predicted that there will be a fresh North-easterly and South-easterly wind on Monday.
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