Expect floods- Kenyans living in parts Coast, North Eastern warned

Flood warnings raised in parts of Coast, North Eastern

A flood alert has been issued by the Kenya Meteorological Department.

The rains are expected to last at least four days in Mombasa, Kwale, Lamu, and Tana River and at least two days in Mandera, Marsabit and Wajir.

The advisory stated, “The rains are likely to cause flooding in low lying areas near the coastline, in river lines and in water repositories. The situation might worsen since a lot of water has been accumulating on the ground since November 1.”

Frequent sea dwellers such as fishermen have been advised to exercise reasonable caution.

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