A storm that extends from the north has been reported by the Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMet).
On June 24, between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m., rain is predicted to fall as a result of this storm.
The middle class and transition zones, including Yeji, Dambai, Tamale, Ketakrachi, Akatsi, Hoehoe, and Kpando, among others, would feel the effects.
On Friday, June 24, Chief Forecaster at GMet Felicity Ahafianyo said that “pressures are not conducive hence outdoor activities are not encouraged and Friday night activities are likely to be affected” on 3FM’s Sunrise.
Recent rainstorms have wreaked havoc in parts of Ghana, resulting in property damage and loss of life due to flooding.