Mombasa, Nairobi & Kisumu Among Regions to Experience Spike in Temperatures – Kenya Met

The Kenya Meteorological Department (Kenya Met) revealed that Mombasa, Nairobi, Kisumu and other major towns in Kenya would experience a spike in temperatures exceeding 30 degrees Celsius. 

Additionally, Kenya Met revealed that after two months of intense downpours, sunny and dry conditions would be experienced over several parts of the country. 

Despite that, Kenyans living in Central Highlands, Western Kenya and the Rift Valley would receive intermittent and isolated heavy rainfall events.

“High average daytime (maximum) temperatures, exceeding 30°C, will be experienced in most parts of the Coast, North-eastern, and North-western Kenya,” Kenya Met warned. 

Nairobi residents cross a flooded road in the Central Business District (CBD).


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Of night time temperatures, it was stated, “Low average night-time (minimum) temperatures, dropping below 10°C, are likely over some parts of the Central Highlands.”

Areas that will receive cold temperatures include; Nakuru, some parts of Nairobi, Machakos, Murang’a and Nyeri. 

Central Islands of Kirinyaga, Meru and Tharaka Nithi will also receive temperatures dropping below 10°C. 

The hottest regions will be in Daddab, Lamu, and Kilifi as well as some parts of Kwale County. 

According to Kenya Met, floods have subsidised with periods of relative dry spells expected in most parts of the country including those that had flooded as recently as last week. 

For example, Mandera County which had seen over 500 households displaced by floods is not expected to receive any rainfall.

Kajiado and Machakos which had also witnessed flooding will receive rainfall of less than 20 millimetres. 

Additionally, Homa Bay which had seen flooding after Lake Victoria burst its banks is also expected to receive less than 1 millimetre of rainfall. 

Boats docked at the shore of Lake Victoria at Dunga Beach in Kisumu County


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