Monday, February 18, 2019

Much of the country continued to experience dry conditions as is the norm for this time of the year. However, rainfall was recorded over a few areas mainly within the Lake Victoria Basin, the Highlands West of the Rift Valley, the Central and South Rift Valley and the Coastal Strip a depicted inFigures 1 and 2.Comparingthe current review period (11th to 17th June 2018) to the previous week (4th to 10th June 2018) there general decrease in rainfall amounts over much of the country with only Coastal stations recording increases.

Mukakula Farm in Bungoma County recorded the highest seven-day total rainfall of 47.1mm. Other notable seven-day rainfall totals wererecorded inMsabaha (39.7mm), Nakuru (38.2mm), Lamu (38.2mm), Nyahururu (37.5mm) and Eluuya Girls Station in Bungoma County (36.1mm)…..Read more

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