Weather to get colder in July – experts warn
Brace yourselves up for an even colder July, weather experts have warned.
According to the Kenya Meteorological Department, temperatures are likely to go below 10 degrees celsius next month, all the way to August.
The weather man further reveals that the country has been receiving average temperatures ranging from 11 degrees to 15 degrees with the lowest being at 9.9 degrees Celsius last month, with regions in the Rift Valley, Central and Lake Victoria receiving temperatures of between six degrees to eight degrees Celsius.
Coastal regions are likely to receive more rainfall compared to counties in the Central parts of the country, said the department.
Road users have also been cautioned as the weather may also lead to poor visibility.
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