Lagos State Records First Rainfall In 2020
Lagos State has recorded the principal downpour of 2020 in the Akesan/Obadore territory of the Igando/Ikotun Local Council Development Area.
The downpour which began at about 1.15 pm endured around 20 minutes causing slight flooding on certain avenues of the Ebute Kekere Community.
As of now occupants of the zone have communicated worry over the early downpour, focusing on that they might be in for another huge year adapting to flooding in the zone.
A concerned occupant of Ebute Kekere people group, Alhaji Wale Isiaka said “we might be in for another unpleasant blustery season if nothing is finished by the legislature to assist us with tarring our boulevards or possibly grade it and give seepage to simple entry of water.”
In the interim, the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has anticipated southern states will encounter murky to incompletely shady conditions.
“For southern states, dim to incompletely overcast conditions is normal over the district with early morning mistfog over the waterfront states.
“Day and Night temperatures of the area are required to be 33 to 37 degree Celsius and 22 to 25 degree Celsius,” it said.