Monday, February 18, 2019

Significant rainfall was recorded within parts of the Lake Victoria Basin, Highlands West of the Rift Valley, Central and South Rift Valley and the Coast as depicted in Figures 1 and 2. Comparing the current review period (20th to 26th August, 2018) to the previous week (13th to 19th August, 2018) it is noted that there was an increase in rainfall amounts over the said areas while the rest of the country remained mostly dry.

During the period under review, Kaimosi Tea Factory (in Vihiga County) recorded the highest seven-day total rainfall of 130.5mm. Other stations that recorded significant total rainfall amounts include Eldoret Airport (111.6mm), Kakamega (110.2mm), Kericho (80.5mm), Butere (72.4mm) and Kapenguria WRMA (72.1mm)…..read more

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