More rain and floods to come despite Storm Freddy easing
Tropical Storm Freddy has finally dissipated over southern Malawi and Mozambique, 38 days after originally forming to the north-west of Australia.
Although Freddy is no longer a cyclone, this area of low pressure will continue to bring strong winds and flooding rains to parts of Malawi today and tomorrow.
There will be strong wind gusts today in the south of the country close to 80km/h, weakening quickly tonight.
More heavy and flooding rains are on the way over the next 24 hours at least, with between 300mm and 400mm of rain expected across the southern tip of Malawi up until Wednesday night.