Thursday, November 21, 2019
  1. WEATHER REVIEW FOR THE LAST SEVEN DAYS (2NDTO 8THSEPTEMBER, 2019)
    • Rainfall Review

Rainfall was recorded over the Lake Victoria Basin, the Highlands West and East of the Rift Valley, the Central, South Rift Valley and the Coast as depicted inFigure 1. The Southeast Lowlands the Northwest and the Northeast remained mostly dry.A comparison between the previous review period(26th August to 1st September, 2019) and the current review period(2ndto8thSeptember, 2019) indicatesa general decrease in rainfall amounts over Highlands Westand East of the Rift Valley (including Nairobi area).

Katimok KFS Rainfall Station in Baringo Countyrecorded the highest seven-day total rainfall of99.8mm. Other stations that recorded significantrainfall totals during the review period include Nyahururu Meteorological Station (92.7mm), Busia Ministry of Water (85.8mm), Nyamira D.O Rainfall Station in Nyamira County (85.8mm), Kakamega Meteorological Station (77.4mm), Kabarnet DC Rainfall Station in Baringo County (75.0mm), Kisumu Meteorological Station (70.6mm), Kitale Meteorological Station (65.6mm), and ATC Koibatek in Baringo County (51.7mm)as depicted in Figure 2…..Read more

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