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NiMET: Nigerians to Experience Extreme Heat as Temperature Hits 41°C in the North and 39°C in the South

NiMET heat

The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMET) has stated that the ongoing period of intense heat in the country will persist for some time. NiMET shared this update through its official X page on Wednesday, detailing air temperatures reaching 41°C in the North and 39°C in the South.

“Air Temperatures hit 41°C over the North and 39°C over the South with model projections indicating temperatures to remain high in the coming days,” The agency said.

NiMET heat

In light of these projections, NiMET has outlined the potential consequences of the extreme heat and issued advisories to the public on how they could manage the situation.

Among the risks highlighted were dehydration leading to symptoms such as fainting, chickenpox, measles, heat rash, weakness, slight fever, and dry lips, as well as heat-related illnesses, respiratory issues, and increased susceptibility to chronic conditions.
NiMET advised the public to prioritise adequate fluid intake, seek shade, utilise fans, and opt for lightweight, breathable clothing to minimise exposure to high temperatures.
Additionally, they recommended avoiding strenuous physical activities during peak heat hours, suggesting staying indoors as much as possible between 12:00 noon and 4:00 pm.


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