The Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services (DCCMS) has urged the public to be more weather alert to avoid some uncertainties during the current rainy season.
This comes at a time when some parts of the country have faced natural disasters including floods due to the heavy rains which have costed lives and property.
DCCMS Head of Public Weather Services and Spokesperson, Ellen Kululanga said that the department provide forecast for a particular area.
“We cannot detect and foretell that a particular area will be stricken by the disaster for fear of causing tension and insecurity amongst people,” she said.
Kululanga however warned that the flood stricken areas are more likely to experience the calamity again due to high water levels.
“People should be alert and ready to move into safer areas to avoid more tragedy,” Kululanga added.