Felicity Ahafianyo, the Principal Meteorologist at the Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMA) has warned that Ghanaians all over the country should brace up for more rains in the coming days, at least up to the end of October.
According to her, every region of the country has been forecast to experience heavy rainfalls in the coming days.
For the Principal Meteorologist, those who have not yet experienced downpours should expect same in the coming days.
She revealed this, while speaking to an Accra-based TV station, on Midday on Saturday, October 10, 2020.
Her comments come after heavy rains earlier in the day rendered a lot of areas in the Greater Accra Region flooded.
The officer, who is in charge of central analysis at GMA, said it may be just the beginning of more rains to come.
She stressed that “From today to tomorrow, rain is still in the forecast.”
“We will have rains up to the end of October.
“And the point here is that almost all the regions is still in the forecast for rains.”
However, she stopped short of indicating the degree of rainfall to be experienced despite recent downpours causing floods.
“For now, in general terms, yes, there is rain for every area in all the regions that I have mentioned. If they don’t get it today, tomorrow they will get it.”