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Coastal Ghana experiences “little dry spell”


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By
Robert Anane, GNA

Accra, July 14, GNA –
The coastal and parts of the middle belt of the country are now experiencing a
weather condition known as “little dry spell”.

This condition is
characterised by atmospheric cold, especially at night and early in the
morning.

Mr Tetteh Portuphy,
the Head of the Forecasting Section of the Ghana Meteorological Agency, Kotoka
International Airport

By
Robert Anane, GNA

Accra, July 14, GNA –
The coastal and parts of the middle belt of the country are now experiencing a
weather condition known as “little dry spell”.

This condition is
characterised by atmospheric cold, especially at night and early in the
morning.

Mr Tetteh Portuphy,
the Head of the Forecasting Section of the Ghana Meteorological Agency, Kotoka
International Airport, told the Ghana News Agency that the major rainy season
had ended within the southern sector of the country but has started in northern
Ghana.

“We have a lot of cold
during this season which is characterised by drizzling and light rainfall,” he
said.

Mr Portuphy added that
fishermen stood to gain from this season as they would make big catches.

He said during the
season cold water came to the surface of the sea and brought along with it
nutrients, which several fish came to scramble for, making them easy to catch
by the fishermen.

Mr Portuphy said the
season was expected to last till August.

GNA


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