Monday, February 19, 2018

Much of the country continued to experience warm and dry conditions with only a few stations including Kisii, Kericho, Narok and Suba recording minimal amounts of rainfall.

Kisii Meteorological Station recorded the highest seven-day total of 12.6mm. Figure 2 shows the spatial distribution of the total 7-day rainfall, no stations received heavy rainfall during the review period.

A review of the season’s performance up to 31st December is shown in Figure 3 below. The patterns still show that there has been no significant change in the performance compared to the previous 7-day period due to the minimal amounts of rainfall recorded during the past week. Some of the stations that have already achieved their LTMs include Lodwar (228.9%), Eldoret Kapsoya (179.7%), Mtwapa (140.4%), Dagoretti Corner (132.9%), among others. Three stations had not yet achieved 50% of their LTMs by the close of the season. These are Lamu (42.2%), Voi (39.4%) and Garissa (23.5%)…..read more

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Climate Scientists meet to release weather forecast for the next rainfall season.

13th February, 2018 Local and international scientists and users of climate information congregated in Mombasa under the 48th Greater Horn […]

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Increased likelihood of near to enhanced rainfall over much of the  Greater Horn of Africa, regional climate outlook indicates 13thFebruary 2018, […]

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