The rainfall forecast for the period from 21st to 30th June 2018 indicates that substantive rainfall activity is expected to prevail over most areas in Karamoja and Mt Elgon sub-regions, low lying districts in Eastern Uganda, and a stretch from Kisoro district linking up to Lake Albert.

In contrast, areas in the Southern cattle corridor, those flanking Lake Victoria and those within the Lake Kyoga basin are expected to experience a reduction in rainfall activity.

The 10-day weather forecast for 21st - 30th June 2018 is detailed in Dekadal Bulletin Dekad 2 for June 2018. 

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The rainfall forecast for the period from 11th to 20th May, 2018 indicates that rainfall activity is expected to relax in the Country over the stretch from Western Lake Victoria , spanning through its Northern parts into Eastern region in Busoga and Teso up to some areas in Karamoja sub-region with the exception of Elgon sub-region and its outlying areas. The reduction in rainfall activity is also expected to affect parts of Lango and Northeastern part of Lake Albert.

The areas anticipated to experience enhanced rains are Rwenzori sub-region, Southwestern and the extreme Northerly part of the Country covering West Nile, Acholi and Karamoja advancing to the border with South Sudan.

The 10-day weather forecast for 11th - 20th May 2018 is detailed in Dekadal bulletin for 1st - 10th May 2018. 

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The rainfall forecast for the period from 3rd to 10th April 2018 indicates that the sector of the country as we advance southwards right from the stretch at north east of Lake Albert, drifting off to the south of Lake Kyoga and linking to mountain Elgon sub region is expected to receive enhanced rains. This is likely to affect most areas in western, south western, Rwenzori sub-region and adjacent areas north of Lake Victoria.  

The 10-day weather forecast for 3rd - 10th April 2018 is detailed in Dekadal bulletin for 21st - 31st March 2018. 

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In mid-January (11th - 20th January 2018), some areas in the southern and central cattle corridors received light to relatively moderate showers. These included the districts of Sembabule, Masaka and Rakai Districts, Tororo, Bushenyi and Mbarara Districts including Wakiso District and its neighbors also had areas that experienced moderate showers. Tororo weather station recorded the highest amount of rainfall of 42.4mm distributed over two days widely apart.

The highest maximum temperature recorded during this period was 37.00C at Wadelai weather station in Nebbi District while the lowest minimum temperature extremes of 10.20C to 22.60C were recorded respectively at Kabale and Kiige weather stations in Kamuli District.

The 10-day weather forecast for 21st - 31st January 2018 is detailed in Dekadal bulletin for 11th - 20th January 2018. 

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Hottest conditions prevailed in the districts of Arua, Packwach, Gulu, Tororo, Lira, Soroti, Kamuli, Serere, Kasese, Masindi, Wakiso, Mubende, Mukono, Jinja and Sembabule with average maximum temperatures from 30.1 to 35. 7 degrees centigrade during this period. Highest of the maximum temperature recorded was 36.5 degrees centigrade at Wadelai weather station.

Dry conditions are expected to persist across the entire country during the period from 1st to 10th January 2017.

 Dekadal bulletin for 21st - 30th December 2017 has the detailed performance of temperature and water levels in this period as well as the forecast for the next dekadal (1st - 10th January 2018). 

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