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15:27
15:27

Early Rains Disorganize Farmers in Soroti Climate Change 1 2

Paul Oonyu, a farmer in Gweri sub county says although the rains appear serious, he cannot risk planting anything on the ground because he is not sure of its reliability. Oonyu claims that farmers have lost to such rains when they get excited to cultivate.
13:18
13:18

Lightning Strike Claims Two in Kasese

The duo was killed on Wednesday evening following a heavy down pour in various parts of Kasese district. Ernest Kasoke, the Muhokya Sub county LC III Chairperson told URN that Bwambale was struck by the thunderbolt in Kinyabakazi village in Muhokya Sub County where he and his wife had gone to attend to their cotton plantation.
13:10
13:10

Landslides Kill Three Children in Kasese KASESE DISTRICT 4 1 Top story

The landslides followed a heavy down pour last night that rocked Kasese town. The deceased have been identified as Mumbere Derrick 3, Wesley Mumbere 10 and John Sunday Masereka 10.
19:55
19:55

Floods Spread To New Areas 4 1 Top story

Lillian Nkwenge, the Spokesperson Uganda National Meteorological Authority, says farmers should move to raised lands to prevent their crops being swept away by floods as has been experienced in some districts.
08:53
08:53

Spatial Rainfall to Persist-Meteorology Authority 1 5

The current spatial rainfall distribution being experienced across the country will persists over many parts as moist winds from the Coast of Indian Ocean and the Pacific descend on Uganda.
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