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SEASONAL RAINFALL OUTLOOK FOR SEPTEMBER TO DECEMBER 2019

Lake Victoria Basin and Central

Overall, there is an increased likelihood of near normal to above normal rainfall over most parts of Uganda Outlook for Sept to Dec 2019 Rainfall Forecast Bulletin.

Western parts of Central (Nakasongola, Luwero, Kyankwanzi, Nakaseke Kiboga, Mubende, Kasanda, Sembabule, Lwengo, Lyantonde, Kyotera and Rakai) districts
This region is experiencing isolated outbreaks of showers and thunderstorms signifying the onset of the seasonal rainfall. The peak of seasonal rainfall is expected around October, and the cessation is expected around to mid/late December. Overall, near normal rainfall conditions are expected to prevail over this region.

Eastern parts of Central: (Mukono, Buikwe, Kayunga, Buvuma) districts
These districts are experiencing occasional outbreaks of showers and thunderstorms which are signifying the onset of seasonal rainfall till mid-September when the season gets established. The seasonal rainfall is expected to reach the peak around mid / late October and the cessation is expected to occur around mid/late December. Overall, there are high chances of above normal (above average) rains to prevail over most parts of this area.

Central and Western Lake Victoria Basin: (Kalangala, Kampala, Wakiso, Masaka, Mpigi, Butambala, Kalungu, Bukomansimbi, Gomba, and Mityana) districts
This area has been experiencing isolated showers and thunderstorms, which are expected to continue till early to mid-September when the onset of seasonal rains are expected. The peak rains are expected around late October / early November and the cessation is expected around late mid/late December. Overall, above normal (above average) rainfall is expected to prevail over this region.

Eastern Lake Victoria Basin: (Jinja, Bugiri, Busia, Mayuge, Namayingo and Tororo) districts
The region is experiencing occasional showers and thunderstorms that are expected to persist up to mid-September, when seasonal rains are expected to get established and reach peak levels around late October/early November. The end of the seasonal rainfall is expected around mid/late December. Overall, near normal (average) to above normal (Above Average) rainfall is expected over this region.

Eastern

South Eastern: (Kamuli, Iganga, Luuka, Namutumba, Buyende, Kaliro, and Butaleja) districts
The rains which are being experienced in this area are expected to continue through early to mid-September when steady seasonal rains are expected to get established. The peak of rains is expected around mid to late October, thereafter, a reduction in the rainfall is expected to set in and continue up to the end of the season around late November to mid-December. Overall, above normal (above average) rainfall is expected over this area.

Eastern Central: (Pallisa, Butebo, Budaka, Kibuku, Mbale, Sironko, Manafwa, Namisindwa, Bududa, Bulambuli, Kapchorwa, Kween, Bukwo, Bukedea, Kumi, Kaberamaido, Serere and Soroti) districts
Currently the region is experiencing light rains, which are expected to continue till mid-September when the onset of the seasonal rainfall expected. The peak rainfall is expected around early to mid-October and cessation of the rainfall is expected around late November to mid-December. Overall, there are high chances of above normal (above average) rains expected to prevail over this region.

Northern Eastern: (Amuria, Kapelebyong, Katakwi, Moroto, Kotido, Nakapiripirit, Nabilatuk, Abim, Napak, Amudat, and Kaabong) districts
The occasional heavy showers and thunderstorms which are being experienced over this region are expected to continue up to around mid/late November. The peak rains are expected around mid to end of October. Over all there are high chances for above normal (Above Average) rainfall over this region.

Northern

North Western: (Zombo, Nebbi, Pakwach Okolo, Arua, Koboko Terego, Maracha, Moyo, Yumbe, Adjumani) districts
The region is currently experiencing occasional showers and thunderstorms which signifying the onset of seasonal rainfall. The end of the seasonal rainfall is expected around late November to early December. Overall, above normal (above average) rainfall is expected over this region..

Eastern Northern Parts: (Lira, Kitgum, Agago, Otuke, Pader, Kole, Dokolo and Kaberamaido) districts
The current rains are expected to continue until early to mid-October when the peak rainfall is attained. Thereafter, cessation of the seasonal rainfall is expected around late November to early December. Overall there are high chances above normal (Above Average) rainfall over this region.

Central Northern Parts: (Gulu, Apac, Kwania, Pader, Lamwo Nwoya, Amuru, Oyam and Kiryandongo) districts
The rains being experienced over this region are expected to continue up to around late November, and thereafter, a reduction in the rainfall punctuated with dry conditions are expected to prevail up to cessation appearing around late November to early December. Overall, above normal (Above Average), rainfall is expected during this season over this region.

Western

Central Western: (Bundibugyo, Ntoroko, Kabarole, Kyenjojo, Kyegegwa, Kamwenge, Masindi, Buliisa, Hoima, Kikuube, Kakumiro, Kagadi and Kibaale) districts
This region is currently experiencing isolated showers and thunderstorms which are expected to persist up to around early to mid-September when the seasonal rains are expected to begin over most parts. The rains are expected to reach peak levels around mid-October to late November. The cessation of the seasonal rainfall is expected around late November to early December. Overall, there are high chances of near normal to above normal rainfall over most parts of this region.

South Western: (Kabale, Kisoro, Rukungiri, Kanungu, Ntungamo, Mbarara, Kiruhura, Isingiro, Ibanda, Bushenyi, Buhweju, Mitooma, Sheema, Rubirizi, Rukiga and Kasese) districts
The region is experiencing outbreaks of showers and thunderstorms over several places, signifying the onset of steady rains. The peak of rains is expected around October. The cessation of seasonal rains is expected around mid / late December. Overall, near normal to above normal rainfall is expected over this region.

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