The month of November has ended very well with peak of rains. However the month of December has also started off very well with short rains.The Kenya meteorological department has continued to work hand in hand with the ministry of environment and forestry to ensure that the weather forecast is upto date for the general public.
November has been receiving seasonal rainfall in some parts of the country and is expected to raise this month. The month of December will continue to receive short rains in some parts of Kenya according to the Kenya meteorological department which has continued to work day in day out to update Kenyans.
We are in the new month of November as the year comes to an end and heavy rains have been witnessed in several parts of the country throughput the year. The Kenya Meteorological Department has been working very hard to provide accessible meteorological and climatological information to the general public in accordance with the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
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.
Photo / Courtesy. Kenya Meteorologal Department is responsible for delivering information concerning the weather forecast in the country. Today on their official verified Twitter account they have sent a crucial message to all Kenyans concerning the expected heavy rainfall in the country. According to Kenya Meteorologal Department if you live in the Highlands West of the Rift Valley, the Lake Victoria Basin, the Central and South Rift Valley, the Highlands East of the Rift Valley including Nairobi County you should expect very heavy rainfall as from 23rd November to 29th November 2021.
[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.
Rainfall is expected over few places in the Highlands West of the Rift Valley, the Lake Victoria Basin, the South and Central Rift Valley, the Northwest and the Highlands East of the Rift Valley. Isolated storms are likely to occur over some parts of the Highlands West of the Rift Valley.
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 Kenya Meteorological Department announces heavy rainfall advisory in several parts of the country. According to the report shared through their official website, heavy rains is expected over several parts of the Lake Basin region and in highlands of West Rift Valley. Moreover heavy rainfall will stretch up to September, according to the report.
Photo/Courtesy The Kenya Meteorological Department is one of the powerful government departments in the Ministry of Agriculture, it is important in the mitigation of adverse effects of severe weather and extreme climate events. Therefore they enhance human capacity and development of physical infrastructure for performance improvement. Moreover, they assist in enhancing operational techniques and knowledge in order to improve the understanding of weather and climate information in the country.
Rainfall is expected over the Highlands West of the Rift Valley, the Lake Victoria Basin, the Central and South Rift Valley, the Highlands East. Nairobi County the County is expected to be generally sunny and dry. However, occasional light showers may occur over few places.
The Kenya Meteorological Department has send early warnings on the changing weather patterns to the public about rains that will be experienced from 26th to 30th June 2021. According to the forecast, occasional light to moderate rainfall is expected over various parts of the country. Below are some parts of the country that shall be affected.
The month of August began on a high note as rains were experienced over several places accompanied by cool conditions. However it's now ending with many of the places turning dry as we enter into a new month. The Kenya Meteorological Department through the ministry of Environment and Forestry has issued an updated information on the weather changes valid from today 26th to 30th August 2021.
[Photo|courtesy] The Kenya Meteorological Department has been working tirelessly to issue timely information about the weather changes to prepare individuals from dangers, to save their lives, to help in utilisation of natural resources and so on. On some occasions people living in some areas have experienced flooding that led to their displacement and restricted some businesses hence affecting the economy.
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 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.
The Kenya Meteorological Department has a mandate to provide timely and accessible meteorological information to the entire public for early warning and preparation of weather changes. The timely information helps in avoidance of weather hazards like floods, utilisation of natural resources and saving of lives among other uses.
The government have warned Kenyans of rain that is expected to start from today. The rain is expected to go up to 20th of September 2021 and may cause great havoc. The metrological department has given a report that if most Kenyans take seriously, they will be less affected by the rain.
The Kenya Metreological department has forecasted the weather pattern for the period between 1st to 5th July 2021. Weatherman through their twitter, has stated that Several parts of the country are expected to be dry. However, light to moderate rainfall is expected over few areas in the Highlands West of the Rift Valley, the Lake Victoria Basin, the South and Central Rift Valley and the Highlands East of the Rift Valley including Nairobi.
Even though the weatherman said that the cold season would finish in August, the cold season is still going strong in most parts of the country. The Kenya Meteorological Department (MET) predicted warm weather in various counties at the start of August, with maximum temperatures expected to range between 20 and 24 degrees Celsius.