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Prepare For Heavy Rains From 25th to 29th June if You Live in These Areas

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The Kenya Meteorological Department provides daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly reports on predicted weather patterns. This information is vital to different sectors and individuals since its helps in the utilisation of natural resources and warnings on dangers caused by weather changes.

It has issued the following information valid from 25th today to 29th of June. According to the information provided through their website, many parts of the country are still to remain dry though rains should be expected over a number of counties within certain regions.

Occasional light rains are expected over few areas in the Lake Victoria Basin, Highlands West of the Rift Valley, Central and South Rift Valley, Coastal areas and the Highlands East of the Rift Valley.

Strong southerly winds to south-easterly winds with speeds exceeding 25knots (12.9m/s) are expected over coastal areas, northeastern, parts of northwest and parts of the South Eastern Lowlands.[Photo|courtesy]

In details, the South Eastern Lowlands, the Northwest and the Northeast are likely to remain sunny throughout the forecast period.[Photo|courtesy]

The Coastal Region is likely to experience morning showers over few places, sunny intervals in the first three afternoons with rains over few places the rest of the afternoons. Nights are likely to be partly cloudy with showers on the last two days of the forecast period.

The Highlands East of Rift Valley Regions including Nairobi are expected to be both sunny and with showers on different days as observed above.

The Lake Victoria Basin, the Highlands West of the Rift Valley and the South and Central Rift Valley Regions are still to continue receiving rainfall in the afternoons with sunny conditions in the mornings and partly cloudy conditions at night.

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