Saturday, March 23, 2019

Below-average (depressed) rainfall was recorded over most parts of the country during the month of November (the rainfall peak month) 2018. Several meteorological stations in the country recorded less than 75 percent of their November Long-Term Means (LTMs). Stations like Garissa, Narok, Eldoret Airport, Msabaha, Lodwar and Malindi recorded less than 10 percent of their November LTMs. Mandera station in Northeastern Kenya, however, recorded above-average (more than 125 percent) rainfall. The station recorded 175 percent of its November LTM. Kisumu and Machakos recorded near- average (between 75 and 125 percent) rainfall. The rainfall distribution, both in time and space, was generally poor over most parts of the country especially during the first half of the month……..read more

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