There is still hope of rains in areas that are experiencing dry spell in the country, a Meteorological Department official has disclosed.
This comes as several districts in the country are receiving little or no rainfall at all.
Director in the Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services Joram Nkhokwe said the country has two more months in the rainy season.
“As you know we are still in the rainy season which means there is a possibility that these areas that are not receiving rains might receive rainfall in the coming days,” Nkhokwe said.
He further urged the general public to develop interest to look for their updates so that they are weather wise.
The dry spell has affected different districts in the country but mainly the Southern region.