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11:25
11:25

UNMA Warns of Heavy Rains Over Next Five Days

The statement signed by Acting Executive Director of UNMA Paul Isabirye warns of flooding in urban areas ,low lying areas, mudslides in the mountainous areas and lightning strikes coupled with strong winds.
17:44
17:44

Luweero Farmers Start Early Planting agronomic practices 4

According to the seasonal rainfall outlook for June to August 2019 issued by Uganda National Meteorological Authority for Northern and Southern Parts of Central Uganda the rains were supposed to persist till June and dry season set in July. Thereafter the isolated rains were expected to prevail until end of the season.
13:15
13:15

Violent Storm Kills One, Injures 24 in Agago 1

Santa Omara, an eye witness says several revelers were cut by iron sheets propelled by strong violent winds. Omara says two people were gravely hit unconscious by debris.
16:10
16:10

Luweero Farmers Cry Foul over Unreliable Rainfall 1 4

In August, farmers in the district embarked on planting crops after experiencing isolated showers. The crops were to enable them generate income and food for consumption.
14:58
14:58

Dry Spell Worries Kitgum Farmers 3

The district has been experiencing the dry spell since mid-June throughout the month of July to date. The farmers say harsh weather has caused crops like maize, beans, millet, sorghum and groundnuts that were planted early in May to wither.
11:14
11:14

More Rain Expected Next Week-Regional Forecast weather forecasts 1

During the second half of the forecast period, rainfall is expected to become less widespread and will be concentrated over southwestern and eastern Ethiopia, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, coastal Kenya, and northern and coast.
17:09
17:09

Disaster Ministry Warns of More Floods In April-May rainstorm 1

A monthly weather bulletin released by the Office of the Prime Minister OPM shows that most parts of the country will receive favorable rainfall to support crop production.
12:27
12:27

Report: Extreme Weather Conditions Continue to Batter the Earth floods 1

The World Meteorological Organisation has released its annual State of Global Climate report chronicling impacts of global warming over the last year. The report says extreme weather and climate conditions have continued in 2017 even as the year 2016 made history, with a record global temperature, exceptionally low sea ice, and unabated sea level rise and ocean heat.
16:32
16:32

Rain Gauge Shortages Impact Rain Information Service weather stations

The country that used to have over one thousand rain gauges spread over sixteen climatic zones now has less than four hundred functioning ones. Only one hundred of the existing stations regularly provided rain data to the national radar.
19:52
19:52

Farmers Asked to Trust Weather Information drought 5 1

Uganda National Meteorological Authority issued accurate weather forecasts but farmers did not use the forecasts and advisories. Many districts have as result realized crop failures which should have been avoided.
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