Bad Weather Ahead, Tanzanians Cautioned

The Tanzania Metereological Agency has reported oddities in sea temperatures, and has warned of uncertain rain patterns that may mean flooding or drought.

Pupils queue to fetch clean water in Yaeda Chini Valley (file photo).

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    AlertNet, 12 November 2012

    Changing weather patterns in Tanzania have caused a rising wave of migration from rural to urban areas, with thousands of youths flocking into Dar es Salaam, the largest city, in… Read more »

  • Tanzania:   Cotton Yield on Increase in Kwimba

    Daily News, 11 November 2012

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  • Tanzania:   Heavy Rains Pour As Forecasted by Meteorological Agency

    Daily News, 4 November 2012

    HEAVY rains are pounding some areas of the country, including Dodoma, Iringa and Tabora regions as predicted recently by the Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA). Read more »

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    Daily News, 27 September 2012

    THE Regional Commissioner for Dar es Salaam, Mr Saidi Meck Sadiki, has ruled that school classrooms should not be used as sanctuaries for natural disaster victims, who include… Read more »

  • Tanzania:   TMA for Local Forecast Methods

    Daily News, 27 September 2012

    EXPERTS are conducting research on indigenous knowledge on weather forecast and environmental conservation used by local communities in the country to assist in mitigating climate… Read more »

  • Tanzania:   Mt. Kilimanjaro Declining Snow Worries The President

    EA Business, 23 September 2012

    Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete has decried the country's changing weather patterns that have resulted into among others the declining snow at Mt. Kilimanjaro. Read more »

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