Friday, December 15, 2017

Most parts of the country remained generally dry in July 2017. Few stations in Western Kenya and

along the Coastal strip, however, recorded significant amounts of rainfall that was above average as compared to the July Long-T erm Means (LTMs). Generally cool conditions occurred in the Central highlands including Nairobi especially towards the end of the month.

The outlook for August 2017 indicates that most parts of the country will continue to be generally sunny and dry. The Western Highlands (Kericho, Kitale, Eldoret, Kakamega, Bungoma), Lake Victoria Basin  (Kisumu,  Kisii,  Busia)  and  parts  of  Central  Rift  Valley  (Nakuru,  Nyahururu)  are  likely  to experience  near-average  rainfall with  a  tendency to  above  average  (slightly enhanced) rainfall. Occasional light morning showers are expected along the Coastal strip while cool and cloudy conditions are likely to dominate over the central highlands and Nairobi area especially during the first half of the month. The August temperatures are, however, likely to be warmer than normal…….read more



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