Wednesday, January 17, 2018

The “Short Rains” October to December (OND) season constitutes an important rainfall season in Kenya and more so in the Central and Southeastern parts of Kenya. During OND 2017, it is expected that most parts of the country will experience enhanced rainfall that will also be well distributed both in time and space. The expected enhanced rainfall will mainly be driven by the cooler than average SSTs over the eastern Equatorial Indian Ocean (adjacent to Australia) coupled with warmer than
average SSTs over the western Equatorial Indian Ocean (adjacent to the East African coast). This constitutes a positive Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) that is favorable for good rainfall in the country….Read more English or Swahili

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WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE NEXT SEVEN-DAY PERIOD VALID 9TH TO 15TH JANUARY, 2018

Many parts of the country continued to experience warm and dry conditions as expected for this time of the year. […]

WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE NEXT SEVEN-DAY PERIOD VALID 2ND TO 8TH JANUARY, 2018

Much of the country continued to experience warm and dry conditions with only a few stations including Kisii, Kericho, Narok […]

RESULTS OF ELEPHANT, BUFFALO, GIRAFFE AND GREVY’S ZEBRA COUNTED IN FIVE KEY ECOSYSTEMS IN 2016 AND 2017.

STATEMENT BY PROF. JUDI WAKHUNGU, CABINET SECRETARY, MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES, ON RESULTS OF ELEPHANT, BUFFALO, GIRAFFE AND […]

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