Kenya might avoid one of the worst food shortage crises because the coming short rains are expected to be heavy in most places.
The meteorological department assured Kenyans that all projections show the country will receive enhanced rains between October and December.
The rains will be heaviest in November, said Stella Aura, head of the department.
She said the rains will begin in the second week of October in most places and end in December.
"The distribution of rainfall in time and space is expected to be generally good over most places especially during October and the peak month of November," she told the media yesterday at the Met headquarters in Nairobi.
She noted the good rains might forestall a food crisis that was already growing.
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