03-04-2017 by redazione
In Malindi and the Kenyan coast the rains are expected as a godsend. The drought has done extreme damage to the land and to the farms.
They are already dead cattle and many plants were reduced to dead branches.
In addition, the population suffers from water rationing that can cause diseases and especially for older children.
Now then in the heat of this period, the water shortage is combined with a hot climate which is due to other diseases.
In short, ever this year as the monsoon season is welcome.
According to meterologi of East Africa service, the first "tip" of the monsoon is coming on the coast of Kenya and in the next few days we should have a taste. Usually on the coast there is an initial period of fifteen days of continuous rainfall, only to have the same number of morning or evening alternating rainy and resume in mid-May with the real proproa season of heavy rains, until early July.
According to the fishermen Swahili, which for centuries are the "weather" human, that of experience, for the start of the Continuous downpours have to wait at least until Easter.
We'll see, eyes to the sky and clouds, which in Africa is always a nice watch.
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