[Photo|courtesy] The Kenya Meteorological Department has a mandate to give out timely weather information to the general public to help prevent hazardous events that may be caused by the changes.The KMD predicts the weather changes and gives out the information which it manages through efficient use of telecommunication systems to distribute the data.
The rainfall being experienced over several parts of the country is expected to continue this week. The Kenya Meteorological Department (KMD) has issued a report detailing some of the areas that will be influenced by rainfall in the next couple of days starting from Wednesday May 18, to May 22.
[Photo|Courtesy] The Kenya Meteorological Department has been working in conjunction with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry on providing accessible meteorological information to the general public.The weather updates on changing weather patterns have been of much help to different sectors of the economy as it aids in planning and preparing for adverse effects that may be caused by bad weather.
[Photo|courtesy] Kenya Meteorological Department has a mission to provide and facilitate weather and climate information services for sustainable development.It works tirelessly day and night to give out timely meteorological information to the public to assist them on early preparation of the weather changes and avoidance of weather hazards like floods.
According to reports by Radio SISI on their official Facebook page, several people have gone missing as two people perish as heavy rains struck in Lindi, Kibera.These are some of the photos posted from Kibera."Several people go missing in Kibera Lindi as heavy rains struck.2 bodies retrieved so far."
Sources: Kenya Meteorological Department through Facebook KMD is one of the departments under the Directorate of Environment in the Ministry Of Environment and Forestry.The department's vision is to become a leading, world class operational forecast Centre and scientific institution that provides optimum contribution to improved quality of life.
[Photo|courtesy] Kenya Meteorological Department has the mandate to provide timely and accessible meteorological information to the public.This information warns of hazards that may occur.The forth and the fifth month have been months of rains accompanied by floods in some areas.It has affected transportation and several businesses.
The Kenya Meteorological Department has this afternoon, 9 May 2021, issued a weather forecast for regions in the country.With the heavy rains with us, it is good to know what the the weather forecast for your area is.This forecast is for today's weather.
Rainfall is very important in our lives because it is the main source of water.Many small scale farmers and large scale farmers depend rainfall because it is cheap compared to irrigation.Furthermore, heavy rainfall causes destruction to properties.Many farmers are counting losses after their crops are destroyed by floods.
[Photo|courtesy] Kenya Meteorological Department has mandate to provide timely information to the entire public on the updates on weather.KMD has given out this warning today valid from 10th May to 12th May.Check out if you are affected.[Photo|courtesy] Rainfall is continuing to be experienced over several parts of the country from last month to date.
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.
[Photo|courtesy] The Kenya Meteorological Department's vision is to become the leading, world class forecasting centre and to provide optimum contribution to improved quality of life.It therefore has a mandate to give out weather and climatic information for sustainable development to agricultural sector, forestry, water resources management, civil aviation and entire public.
[Photo|Courtesy] The month of May has seen heavy rains being experienced in several parts of the country and it is a blessings to many people especially those in the agricultural sector.The Kenya Meteorological Department has worked hard to ensure that Kenyans get updates on weather changes as this is essential in making various development plans.
Sources: Kenya Meteorological Department According to the Kenya Meteorological department heavy rains is expected over several parts of the country from Saturday to Tuesday next week.Heavy Rainfall of more than 25 mm is likely to occur between tomorrow in several parts of the country.The likelihood areas to receive rains of that magnitude is likely to occur in Kapenguria area.
Heavy rains that are being experienced in different areas around the country has led to many losses, displaced people, disrupt learning in some places and also disrupted transport operations.This comes following an alert by the Kenya Meteorological Department that heavy rains would continue to be experienced in almost all parts of the country and urged those living in low-lying areas to relocate to higher grounds.
[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 latest advisory by the Kenya Meteorological Department indicates that beginning today 14 May 2021 the intensity of rainfall experienced in nine regions of Kenya will abate.Photos | Courtesy Four lives have been lost within Nairobi County as the deluge destroyed shanty homes and rendered roads impassable.The police have issued repeatedly impracticable alerts for motorists to avoid driving across flooded roads.
[Photo|courtesy] Kenya Meteorological Department has the mandate to give out timely meteorological information to the public to warn of the dangers that may be brought about by the weather changes.According to the statement issued today by KMD, heavy rainfall of more than 25mm is likely to occur between tomorrow Saturday and next week Tuesday.
The Kenya Meteorological Department (MET) today Saturday, May 8, has warned Kenyans of heavy rainfall expected to last up to Sunday, May 9.Nairobi City being the most affected.The Meteorological department warned of heavy rainfall in most parts of the country tonight and advised against driving or walking through floodwater.
Several parts of the country are likely to experience heavy rainfall and thunderstorm this weekend, Kenya Meteorological Department has said.A forecast of the rainfall situation by the weatherman indicates that there will be heavy rainfall in the Nairobi region, Central Kenya and parts of the Eastern Region on Saturday and Sunday.