Kisii Weather

Africa map
Kisii  15/27 
late shower

Kisii Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Sun
Late shower 15 26
Mon
Late shower 15 27
Tue
Late shower 15 27
Wed
Late shower 15 26
Select a country     Select a city

Kenya Weather Forecasts for Tuesday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Changamwe - MADIS Station HKMO
Mostly sunny 24 30 50% -
Eldoret
Mostly sunny 12 24 30% High
Eldoret - MADIS Station HKEL
Mostly sunny 13 24 30% -
Eldoret Airport
Mostly sunny 12 24 30% -
Embakasi - MADIS Station HKJK
Late shower 16 26 70% -
Embu
Late shower 19 29 70% High
Garissa
Mostly sunny 24 34 70% Moderate
Isiolo
Late shower 18 28 80% High
Kakamega
Late shower 16 26 80% High
Kericho
Showers increasing 12 23 80% High
Kisii
Late shower 15 27 80% High
Kisumu
Late shower 18 26 50% High
Kisumu Airport
Late shower 18 26 50% -
Kitale
Late shower 14 25 70% Very High
Lamu
Late shower 27 30 90% High
Lodwar
Clearing shower 26 34 30% High
Makindu
Thunderstorms 18 27 90% High
Malindi - MADIS Station HKML
Clearing shower 26 30 70% -
Manda Bay
Possible thunderstorm 26 31 80% -
Mandera
Mostly cloudy 25 34 50% High
Maragoli - MADIS Station HKKI
Late thunder 16 25 80% -
Marsabit
Mostly sunny 22 29 50% High
Meru
Showers increasing 14 23 90% High
Mombasa
Mostly sunny 24 30 50% High
Moyale
Showers 20 28 90% Moderate
Nairobi
Increasing sunshine 15 27 70% High
Nairobi South - MADIS Station HKNW
Late shower 16 25 70% -
Nakuru
Late shower 12 23 50% High
Nanyuki
Late shower 12 22 80% High
Narok
Late shower 13 24 70% High
Nyeri
Mostly sunny 15 26 50% High
Voi
Mostly sunny 20 30 30% High
Wajir
Mostly sunny 25 34 30% High
Wajir
Mostly sunny 25 34 30% -
Display Your Local Weather

Weather News

Tasmania just had its sixth warmest spring on record, and the outlook is for a hot summer

09:21 EDT

Spring 2020 brought a mixed bag of weather to Tasmania, as is typical for our state at this time of year.

Queensland swiftwater rescue squad back in training in time for La Niña flood threat

08:41 EDT

With the potential for major flooding across the state this summer, Queensland's Fire and Rescue Service has resumed swiftwater rescue training on what it considers one of the world's most demanding courses, the Tully River.