The Kenya Meteorological Department still carries on to urge Kenyans to take precautionary measures to ensure they stay safer during this rainy season.
According to the latest updates issued on their official website, most parts of the country are more likely to receive very heavy and destructive rainfall starting 15th next week till the end of May. Among the places popularly known to be receiving high amounts of rainfall include the Nyanza regions, Western Kenya, highlands West of Rift Valley province, Southern and Central Rift Valley.
However, some places for instance parts of South Nyanza regions are known to be severe victims of rainfall damages every season especially on the Suba parts of Nyatike Sub-county in Migori county. The following is a fourteen days weather forecast chart showing atmospheric patterns and the amount of humidity expected in the south Nyanza region;
It interprets that Monday, 14 and Wednesday, 16 shall be rainfall days within those regions. However, very intensive downpour would be experienced on Thursday contrary to Wednesday. On 15th Tuesday, the clouds would dominate the conditions of the atmosphere accompanied by thunder.
Therefore, the residents of South Nyanza ought to be careful to save their lives and properties that might be lost due to floods and thunderstorms. Kindly share this article with friends to help spread the Gospel. Remember to follow us for more similar weather updates.
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