The Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services has said that Malawi will receive good rainfall this year starting next month.
Spokesperson for the department Elina Kululanga, attending a general conference on climate change in Kinshasa in DRC, said most parts of the country will receive very impressive rainfall.
However, Kululanga was quick to mention that any contrary weather indications will be communicated to the public by her office.
“Should any change prevail we will let the public know since we are living in the time of unstable climate” said Kululanga.
Last year Malawi experienced its first heavy rains in January which lasted for over two weeks and led to floods in some parts of the country.