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- Largely normal to abovenormal rainfall is expected across northern half of continental SADC, Madagascar and Mauritius. Floods are a threat in these areas
- Below-normal to normal with longer than normal dry spells rainfall conditions are likely in the remainder of the subregion.
The rains have been episodic in many parts of SADC. The satellite picture of 18 January 2010 at 1200 hours (UTC) shows extensive areas of light shading depicting intense cloudiness and precipitation.
- Normal to above - normal rainfall is expected over Mauritius, northern Madagascar and most parts of continental SADC.
- Northern DRC and northern and eastern Tanzania, and the southwest of contiguous SADC should experience normal to below normal rainfall.
Moderate to heavy rains have persisted in across most of SADC countries during the peak of the season. Consequently, flash floods have occurred in places. Meantime, the April to June 2009 rainfall projections for SADC are mostly normal to above-normal.
Period: 1 - 10 May 2002
Review of the rainfall situation
Moderate rainfall over northeastern Tanzania.
This is the last bulletin for the season.
Tropical Cyclone Kesiny is no longer active.
Moderate rainfall expected over northeastern and coastal belt of Tanzania and northern DRC.
For, most of SADC, rainfall season has come to an end.
Moderate rainfall is expected over north eastern and coastal belt of Tanzania and northern DRC.
Period: 21 - 30 April 2002
Review of the rainfall situation
Above normal rainfall over Namibia and northern Tanzania.
Data not received from Angola, Botswana, Mauritius, Swaziland, South Africa and Zambia.
The southern parts of the SADC are in transition period (Summer - Winter).
Tropical Cyclone Kesiny is currently active.
Northern parts of Tanzania, northern Angola and most of DRC are expected to have moderate rainfall.
Likelihood of Tropical Cyclone Kesiny affecting some of the SADC countries.
Significantly below-normal rainfall affected most of Botswana and western Zimbabwe from the month of December to February.
Rain continues in the northeastern sector.
Normal to above normal rainfall is expected for northern sector and Island States.
Central parts of the subregion expects normal to below normal as the rainy season terminates.
SUMMARY OF DECEMBER 2001 - FEBRUARY 2002 RAINFALL PERFORMANCE
Period: 10 - 20 March 2001
February-March-April (FMA) 2001 forecast summary
Normal to above normal rainfall is expected over much of the northern half of the sub-region, for the period February to April 2001 (FMA). Most of the southern half is likely to receive normal to below normal rainfall as the period coincide with the retreat of the ITCZ towards the north.
Sea surface temperature anomalies and Southern Oscillation Index
STATEMENT FROM THE FOURTH CLIMATE OUTLOOK FORUM FOR THE SOUTHERN AFRICAN REGION, 18-19 December 2000, Harare, Zimbabwe.
There is a likelihood of normal to above-normal rainfall over most of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries for the period January-March (JFM) 2001. However, Mauritius has high probabilities of below-normal rainfall. Drought conditions are likely to continue in most parts of Tanzania.
December 2000-January-February 2001 (DJF) forecast summary
November-December 2000-January 2001 (NDJ) forecast summary