Monday, June 18, 2018

Near-average to above-average (generally enhanced) rainfall was recorded over most parts of the country  during  the  month  of  November  (the  rainfall  peak  month)  2017.  Several  meteorological stations  in  the  country  recorded  near-average  rainfall  (between  75  and  125  percent)  of  their November Long-Term Means (LTMs). Stations like Wajir, Marsabit, Mombasa, Malindi, Mtwapa, Moyale, Nyeri, Meru, Thika, Dagoretti Corner, Msabaha and Lodwar, however, recorded above- average  (more  than  125  percent)  rainfall.  The  rainfall  distribution,  both  in  time  and  space, was generally good over most parts of the country especially during the first half of the month……read more

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