Seasonal rainfall and temperature overview Central and southern parts of the region received wellabove-normal rainfall during the October-to-March 2016-17 rainfall season (Figure 1, blue oval #1). Many areas, including parts of Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe received more than one and a half times their normal seasonal rainfall.
Lesotho, Malawi, Swaziland and Zambia also received above-average rainfall over the course of the season. The bulk of the rains fell in January and February, although some areas received heavy rains from as early as November (parts of Botswana, South Africa and Swaziland) and December (parts of Mozambique and Zimbabwe). In several areas, including parts of the above-mentionedcountries, the onset of rains was delayed. After the good January and February rains, most areas had asharp decline in rainfall in March. The preceding rains had however been high enough that most areas were not affected by the March dryness. In many places that experienced high rainfall, temperatures were also below average for much of the season, which reduced evapotranspiration.
Other parts of the region received below average seasonal rainfall. These include central and western Angola, northeastern Tanzania, much of Madagascar and western South Africa (Figure 1, red ovals #2, #3, #4, and #5 respectively).
Molina was forced into a substitution in the 17th minute when Postiga -- who had been fit to last less than one full game in the previous season as ATK's marquee -- appeared to pick up an injury in the ribs and was replaced by Juan Belencoso, and the Spaniard could have opened the scoring with his first touch when he was inches away from a pinpoint pass from Lara, who created space for himself down the left flank.
With a minute of injury time left, a free-kick found its way to Jhingan, but his header was tipped away by Majumder for a corner. The corner was also headed away by an ATK defender, but the second corner was cleared to safety. ATK had survived a series of onslaughts on their goal to pick up their first win of the season.
During week 8, 20 (23.0%) of the 87 specimens tested for influenza were positive. Of the positive specimens from week 8, 10 (50.0%) were influenza A and 10 (50.0%) were influenza B. During week 9, 11 (12.8%) of the 86 specimens tested for influenza were positive. Of the positive specimens from week 9, 7 (63.6%) were influenza A and 4 (36.4%) were influenza B. During this influenza season through March 5, 122 specimens have tested positive for influenza. See Figure 2 below. 041b061a72