Thursday, August 24, 2017

During the review period, day-time (maximum) temperatures generally increased over most of the country. Decreases were observed over the Coast and parts of Northeast. Night-time (minimum) temperatures increased over the Coast, parts of Central as well as few regions in the rift valley. Decreases were recorded over the Northeast and most parts of Highlands west of the rift valley.

Mandera Meteorological Station recorded the highest daily maximum temperature of 35.2°C on 3rd August while Nyahururu Meteorological Station recorded the lowest daily minimum temperature of 6.7°C on 1st August. Lodwar meteorological station recorded the highest seven-day average maximum temperature of 34.7oC while Nyahururu recorded the lowest seven-day average minimum temperature of 8.4°C

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