07-12-2017 by redazione
The weather on the coast of Kenya has decided to give a stop for at least two days to the torrid heat of recent weeks.
The wind is changing, but Kaskazi has not yet entered definitively, the wind of the dry summer season, to which Kuzi, that of the wet and rainy season, is leaving behind.
The middle wind, the so-called Tanga Mbili, usually brings a low pressure situation that increases the humid heat and makes November and early December a very hot period.
In recent years, the conditions of global warming have gone a little too far in recent years, and times are never as defined as they once were.
In any case, this morning in Malindi and Watamu were awakened this morning with a slight drizzle and the sky covered.
According to local forecasts, this situation should continue for at least two days.
Tomorrow's evening should see the calm return, but as always everything is subject to the strength and constancy of the wind.
But the meteorologists of Kenya warn that it will be a torrid January, which in the hinterland will bring back that drought that in recent times has been happily averted by prolonged rains, especially in the savannah.
On the sea, on the other hand, let's prepare for a period of warm and continuous sunshine, something that tourists like so much.
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.
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