Photo/Courtesy The Meteorological department collects data on temperature, rain and wind. Therefore the KMD predicts the weather. Along with the generation of the reports, this department is also responsible for watching the observation of different meteorological characteristics. The expected rainfall over the Highlands of West Rift Valley, the lake Victoria Basin and the South and Central Rift Valley is expected to maintain conducive soil moisture to the of trees.
The Kenya Meteorological department is responsible for informing Kenyans concerning the weather on what exactly is expected in some parts of the country. Today on their official verified Twitter account they have informed Kenyans concerning the very heavy rains expected in the country. The Kenya Meteorological department has informed Kenyans that very heavy rainfall is expected in the following parts in the country:
Photo/Courtesy According to the report shared by the Kenya Meteorological Department, heavy rainfall is expected over several parts of the Highlands of West Rift Valley, North Western Kenya and the Highlands East of Rift Valley. However, occasional rainfall is also expected to in the South Eastern Lowlands and Northeastern Kenya.
In the latest updates by the Kenya Meteorological Department, a number of areas in West part of Rift Valley Highlands are expected to receive showers and cloudy conditions. A similar weather pattern will continue in the Lake Victoria region for the next couple of days. Other parts of the Rift Valley, Mountain region including Nairobi are likely to receive showers and isolated storms.
Photo/Courtesy The Kenya Meteorological Department has released a weather forecast period that will last for the next five days. According to the report shared by KMD heavy rainfall is expected over several parts of the country. The mandate of the KMD is to provide timely early warning weather and climate information for safety and conservation of the natural environment.
[Photo|Courtesy] The Kenya Meteorological Department has working hard to provide accessible meteorological information to the general public. The information has been vital in the infusion of scientific knowledge among the people hence facilitating the exploitation of natural resources for national development. The company has worked hard to provide timely warnings and early updates on changing weather patterns hence facilitating protection of property, saving of lives and also the protection of the environment.
Kenya Meteorological Department through the website has given out the following information valid in the next five days. The Company has a mandate to provide timely and accessible climatological and meteorological information to the public to help in life saving and utilisation of natural resources. The information has also been vital to agricultural sector and farmers who need the rains for their plants.
Photo/Courtesy The Kenya Meteorological Department has revealed that rainfall is expected over several places in the Highlands of West of Rift Valley, the Lake Victoria Basin, the South and Central Rift Valley. However cold and cloudy conditions are also expected in few places across the country. The Kenya Meteorological Department has announced that the heavy rainfall expected in many parts of the country will increase in intensity beginning from Friday 6th August.
Photo/Courtesy The Kenya Meteorological Department aims to become a leading, World class operational forecasting centre and scientific institution that provides optimum contribution to improved quality of life. Heavy rainfall and thunderstorms are expected to continue to experience in many parts of Rift Valley, the Kenya Meteorological Department has said.
[Photo|Courtesy] The month of July has witnessed cool and wet conditions with heavy rains being experienced in several parts of the country. The Kenya meteorological Department has been working hard to provide accessible meteorological information on changing weather patterns countrywide. This information has been vital in various sectors of the economy as the company has ensured efficient and effective quality meteorological data exchange on the national, regional and global meteorological network.
[Photo|Courtesy] The Kenya Meteorological Department has been working hard in providing accessible meteorological information to the general public. The information has been vital in developing scientific knowledge to Kenyans through the infusion of an efficient telecommunications systems for rapid collection and dissemination of meteorological information. The information is vital for the exploitation of natural resources which is aimed at bringing national and regional development.
The Kenya Meteorological Department through the Ministry of Environment and Forestry is mandated to provide meteorological and climatological services throughout the country.They maintain an efficient telecommunications system for rapid collection and dissemination of meteorological information required for national and international use in accordance to the World Meteorological Organization ( WMO) and the International Civil Aviation Organisation Procedures. The Kenya Meteorological Department has released
The Kenya Meteorological Department has released a fresh warning of heavy rains across the country, being the most serious advisory they have released in the recent past.In a communique advisory 03/2021, the Met warns of heavy rains between 10 May 2021 and 12 May 2021, with levels expected to increase to more than 33 mm in 24 hours.
This evening most businesses have counted losses as a result of the reported blackout. This was a good time to run business but KPLC have failed many Kenyans. I may stand to correct myself that its not KPLC who failed but small issue, that will be sorted out. It yet to be identified what might have been the cause of this power failure since it cuts across nearly half of kenya. KPLC customers registered a hefty losses because majority uses electricity power to run machines in schools, shops, banks and hospitals
Kenya Power Announces Long Blackouts, Saturday May 21, In These Areas, Check If You Will be Affected
Sources: KPLC website There will be power Interruptions in some parts of Western, South Nyanza, North Rift Valley and Central Rift Valley regions.According to the report shared by Kenya Power and Lighting Company through their official website there will be long electricity blackouts in those areas mentioned above on Saturday and Sunday.
Photo/Courtesy The Kenya Meteorological Department announces heavy rainfall in the next five days from today. According to the report shared by the Kenya Meteorological Department, heavy rainfall is expected to persist over several counties across the country. This means that Kenyans should prepare themselves well as this early warning weather forecasting is revealed.
[Photo|courtesy] The Kenya Meteorological Department works hand in hand with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry to give out timely information to the public to prepare them on weather changes.This morning the KMD had issues meteorological information and warning to certain areas that are likely to continue receiving rains.
The month of May is here with us and with it comes the end of the "Long Rains" season which began in March.This month marks the end of the rains over most parts of the country except for Western Kenya and along the Coastal region.The Kenyan Meteorological Department has released the weather outlook for May 2021,with rains expected across the nation.
Is Your County Among The Counties Expecting Drought? These Are Counties Expecting a Dry Spell in September
Several parts of Kenya will continue to experience generally sunny and dry conditions throughout September, the meteorologist said. In an update on the weather outlook for September 2021, the Kenya Meteorological Department said that despite this, some areas will experience near-average to above-average rainfall. They understand; the Lake Victoria Basin, the highlands west of the Rift Valley, the Central Rift Valley and parts of the highlands east of the Rift Valley, as well as Nairobi County.
The warm and sunny weather season is coming closer to an end with heavy down pour expected to be witnessed across the country in the coming week. The Kenya Meteorological Department and the weather man has warned Kenyans to embrace heavy rainfall of more 100 mm in several parts of the country.