Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Most parts of the country remained generally dry in June 2017. Several meteorological stations in western Kenya and the Coastal strip, however, recorded substantial amounts of rainfall that was slightly enhanced at Kakamega and Lamu.

Occasional cool and cloudy conditions were recorded over the central parts of the country during the month. The daytime temperatures were however warmer than average with maximum temperatures rarely dropping below 20°C……..read more

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