Saturday, May 26, 2018

During the review period a number of station within the Highlands West of the Rift Valley and the Central Highlands recorded notable increases in rainfall amount. However, much of Northern Kenya, the Southeastern Lowlands, the Coast and Nairobi continued to experience warm and dry conditions.

Narok Meteorological Station recorded the highest seven-day total of 35.4mm while Busia Ministry of Water Office recorded the highest rainfall within 24 hours (34.2mm on 19th January, 2018). Figure 2 shows the spatial distribution of the total 7-day rainfall while Figure 3 shows areas that received heavy to very heavy rainfall during the review period. Only a few stations including Busia Ministry of Water Office, Kisumu Meteorological Station and Chebisaas Girls High School (in Nandi County) recorded more than 20mm of rainfall within 24 hours…….read more


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