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Experts Predict Heavy Rainfall In The Following Parts Of The Country, Tells Kenyans To Prepare

The Kenya Meteorological Division has warned that a severe storm is expected to persist throughout a large portion of the country beginning tomorrow. The research stated that normal precipitation occurs throughout the Great Nations west of Crack Valley, the Lake Victoria Bowl, the Central and South Break Valley, the South Eastern Marshes, and Northwestern Kenya. Kenya is being urged to make all the necessary preparations before that window of opportunity opens. Those going outside are encouraged to bring their umbrellas with them.

Even the Great Nations to the West of Break, such as Nairobi, Nyandarua, Laikipia, Nyeri, Murang'a, Kirinyaga, Embu, Meru, Tharaka Nithi, and the Nairobi Regions, should have beautiful morning vistas, followed by the usual nighttime showers and whirlwinds in a few places.

Early in the day, it is not uncommon for there to be widespread cloud cover, sometimes accompanied by light precipitation. Evening rains must occur in more than a handful of locations, sometimes expanding to a dozen or so. A few isolated spots may see some light rain, but the night should be mostly cloudy.

Also, the Machakos, Kitui, Makueni, Kajiado, and Taita Taveta districts, along with the rest of the northeastern part of the country, are forecast to experience storms beginning tomorrow and continuing through Monday of the following week. Data shows that morning thunderstorms and evening/nighttime showers are common occurrences in a few locations.

There will be a lack of precision in the spatial forecast, but isolated storms are possible in certain parts of the regions mentioned. Over a large portion of the coast, North Eastern and Northwestern Kenya, normal daytime temperatures are expected to be high.

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