Saturday, May 26, 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%)… more


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