The Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMet) reports that two rainstorms are expected to hit the country on Friday, June 10th, according to its weather monitoring station.
Heavy rain will occur in the coastal and northern regions, accompanied by high gusts and thundery conditions.
The hurricane that is arriving from the Eastern Gulf will affect Greater Accra, the Western Region, and the Volta Region.
According to the prediction provided at 6:00 a.m. on Friday, this is the case.
The storm is also likely to hit Accra, Axim, Aflao, Ho, and Saltpond.
Another storm, seen over northern Ghana, is predicted to deliver thunderstorms and showers, according to the prediction.
Kintampo, Tumu, Bole, Bawku, Yendi, and Tamale are among the places that would be affected.
The Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMet) has issued an amber weather warning.
An orange weather warning is the second highest degree of risk to life and property on the categorization scale. As a result, the Agency advises residents in the impacted areas to be prepared for severe weather if the storm occurs.
Extreme weather conditions are likely to impact communities along the coast between 7:00 and 10:00 GMT, while the storm in the northern sector is expected to hit between 10:00 and 13:00 GMT.