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Nyeri Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Sun
Mostly sunny 15 26
Mon
Mostly sunny 14 26
Tue
Mostly sunny 15 26
Wed
Possible shower 15 25
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Kenya Weather Forecasts for Sunday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Changamwe - MADIS Station HKMO
Possible thunderstorm 24 30 50% -
Eldoret
Mostly sunny 12 24 20% High
Eldoret - MADIS Station HKEL
Mostly sunny 12 24 20% -
Eldoret Airport
Mostly sunny 12 24 20% -
Embakasi - MADIS Station HKJK
Possible shower 16 26 70% -
Embu
Mostly sunny 19 30 20% High
Garissa
Mostly sunny 24 34 30% High
Isiolo
Late shower 17 28 50% High
Kakamega
Late shower 16 26 90% High
Kericho
Showers increasing 13 22 90% High
Kisii
Late shower 15 26 70% High
Kisumu
Showers increasing 18 25 70% High
Kisumu Airport
Showers increasing 18 25 70% -
Kitale
Mostly sunny 13 25 30% High
Lamu
Late shower 27 30 70% High
Lodwar
Mostly sunny 25 36 20% High
Makindu
Thunderstorms 17 26 90% High
Malindi - MADIS Station HKML
Mostly sunny 26 30 30% -
Manda Bay
Possible thunderstorm 26 31 50% -
Mandera
Mostly sunny 24 35 5% High
Maragoli - MADIS Station HKKI
Late shower 16 25 90% -
Marsabit
Mostly sunny 21 29 30% High
Meru
Late shower 14 23 90% High
Mombasa
Possible thunderstorm 24 30 50% High
Moyale
Late shower 20 29 50% High
Nairobi
Increasing sunshine 14 25 70% High
Nairobi South - MADIS Station HKNW
Possible shower 15 25 70% -
Nakuru
Late shower 12 23 70% High
Nanyuki
Late shower 12 22 50% High
Narok
Thunderstorms 13 24 90% High
Nyeri
Mostly sunny 15 26 20% High
Voi
Showers increasing 21 28 70% High
Wajir
Mostly sunny 24 34 5% High
Wajir
Mostly sunny 24 34 5% -
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