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See weather of Kenya forecast maps including high and low temperatures, rain, snow, ice, and thunderstorm probability.
Kenya weather gives you all you need to know about the weather of Kenya with informations about the temperatures , rain , wind and more.
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There are two dominant influences on the climate in Kenya: the onshore monsoon winds from the Indian Ocean, and altitude. The winds determine the onset of Kenya’s two rainy seasons, with the hot northeast monsoon or kaskazi blowing dry air in from the Persian Gulf from November to March/April and the warm, moist kusi monsoon blowing in from the southeast from April/May to October. It’s the slightly cooler kusi that normally delivers the heaviest rain, a season known as the ‘long rains’, in late-April, May and early June. The relatively cool season, from late-June to October, gets much less rain. There’s a second rainy season, the ‘short rains’, for a few weeks in November and December, followed roughly from mid-December to March by a dry season of hot, usually rainless, weather.
Although prolonged rainfall isn’t that uncommon, the typical pattern is for rain to fall as a torrential downpour, lasting perhaps half an hour to an hour, with the sun then coming out and drying the wet ground in minutes. Camps and lodges always provide umbrellas, though your footwear will get muddy and you are still likely to get wet if you happen to be outside. There’s little point in bringing waterproofs.
The theory of Kenya’s climate is one thing: predicting the actual weather for specific dates is increasingly difficult as climate change impacts more and more, bringing floods and droughts, unseasonably cool and unseasonably hot weather. These impacts can be more than inconvenient: a dramatic flash flood swept the seasonally dry course of the Ewaso Nyiro in March 2010, destroying the bridge linking Samburu and Buffalo Springs national reserves and badly damaging several camps and lodges. Although the bridge was repaired, the same thing happened again in 2011 and the bridge was only reopened in 2015.
Two other points to bear in mind about the weather in Kenya: firstly, swimming pools are rarely heated, and only those on the coast are guaranteed to be warm; and secondly, although people sometimes talk about Kenya’s “winter" – and Kenyans themselves tend to make a big fuss about temperatures that most visitors would consider quite warm – they’re simply referring to a slightly cooler time of year, not the sort of precipitate drop in the mercury that we experience at higher latitudes.
We cover the major ,cities of Kenya especially Nairobi Mombasa Kisumu Nakuru Eldoret Kehancha Ruiru Kikuyu Kangundo-Tala Malindi Naivasha Kitui Machakos Thika Athi River (Mavoko) Karuri Nyeri Kilifi Garissa Vihiga Mumias Bomet Molo Ngong Kitale Litein Limuru Kericho Kimilili Awasi Kakamega Kapsabet Mariakani Kiambu Mandera Nyamira Mwingi Kisii Wajir Rongo Bungoma Ahero Nandi Hills Makuyu Kapenguria Taveta Narok Ol Kalou Kakuma Webuye.
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