In the past two months, there has been drought in several areas of the nation. This has led to a number of difficulties, including a shortage of food and drinkable water.
The Meteorological Department of Kenya reports that rain is predicted to start tomorrow in several places. There is a good chance of receiving heavy rainfall in numerous counties in the Lake Victoria Basin, the Highlands West of the Rift Valley, and the South Rift counties.
The maximum temperature will rise to 30°C, while the low will be 10°C.
Given that they have endured a long wait for rain, this will be crucial for the farmers. Those who have suffered from a scarcity of water will also be glad since they will be able to collect water for later usage.
In addition, Turkana and Samburu counties in northwest Kenya are expected to see significant rains. Districts that have experienced drought will gain from this support. The remaining areas, with the exception of Taveta, Kitui, Kajiado, Machakos, and Wajir, will have 2–10mm of rain.
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