Like much of sub-Saharan Africa, Kenya has experienced weather variability due to climate change. Farmers can no longer reliably depend on historical trends in rainfall as a signal for when to plant. aWhere has been tracking the onset of the rainy season over the past 6 weeks. Western Kenya has received fairly consistent rainfall but the question remains, will it hold throughout the season and will it be enough for rained agriculture?
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