The highest amount of rainfall received was 117mm at Lira Agromet Station followed by 94.2mm and 90.0mm at Kaliro and Bulugeni rainfall stations respectively. By contrast, most areas flanking Lake Victoria Basin recorded insignificant amounts of rainfall apart from Kituza in Mukono that had a substantial amount of rainfall of 56.4mm. In Western and Southwestern sub-region, several weather stations did not record any amount of rainfall during this period apart from isolated cases at Kyenjojo and Kyembogo weather stations that recorded 33.7mm and 25.3mm respectively. 

Dekadal bulletin for 1st - 10th June 2017 has the detailed performance of temperature and water levels in this period as well as the forecast for the next dekadal (11th - 20th June 2017).  

For previous dekadal bulletins, visit Dekadal Downloads

Some areas in western region (stretch from Albertine sub-region to the South Western sub-region) continue to experience dry conditions in the period 21st – 31st May 2017. In the same period, a moderate amount of rainfall was experienced in the Karamoja sub-region and in some areas in West Nile and Eastern sub-region. On the other hand, light rainfall was received in the Central region andLake Victoria Basin.

Dekadal bulletin for 21st - 31st May 2017 has the detailed performance of temperature and water levels in this period as well as the forecast for the next dekadal (1st - 10th June 2017).  

For previous dekadal bulletins, visit Dekadal Downloads

During the period 1st - 10th May, 2017, dry conditions persisted over Karamoja sub-region, West Nile region and along the Western Stretch through Albertine region to South Western Uganda. Substantial rainfall was received in the Lake Victoria region and parts of central region. The highest amount of rainfall recorded during this period was 189.1 mm at Entebbe National Meteorological Center (NMC) in Wakiso district, followed by 182.3 mm at Entebbe directorate of Water Resource Development (DRWD) station still in Wakiso district. The least amount of rainfall reported was 0.5 mm at Kotido station, and followed by 1.2 mm for both Arua and Kitgum Station. 

Dekadal bulletin for 1st - 10th May 2017 has the detailed performance of temperature and water levels in this period as well as the forecast for the next dekadal (11th - 20th May 2017).  

For previous dekadal bulletins, visit Dekadal Downloads

During the period 21st - 30th April, 2017, dry conditions persisted over most parts West Nile, Western, Southwestern, and Karamoja regions. Substantial rainfall was received in the Lake Victoria region and parts of Central region. Mid-Northern region covering Lamwo, Kitgum Amuru, Kole, Gulu Alepton, and Amolatar to Central Teso also received substantial rainfall. According to stations that reported, the highest amount of rainfall recorded during this period was 180.9 mm at Katigondo seminary in Kalungu district, followed by 172.5mm at Entebbe Meteorological station in Wakiso district. The least amount of rainfall reported was 2.3 mm at Moroto station, and followed by 11.1 mm at Paimol Subcounty county headquarters in the Northern region.

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

For previous dekadal bulletins, visit Dekadal Downloads 

During the period 11th - 20th April, 2017, dry conditions persisted over most parts of Western, South Western, and Karamoja sub region. Moderate rainfall was received along the central stretch of the country, starting from West Nile region, through Masindi to Kayunga and patches in the Mount Elgon sub region in the Eastern region. According to stations that reported, the highest amount of rainfall recorded during this period was 140.5mm at Zale primary School in Zombo district followed by 125.3 mm at Mbulamuti station in Kamuli district. 

During the period 11th - 20th April, 2017, the country experienced warm to hot conditions with average maximum temperatures ranging from 23.8 0C to 32.7 0C. These average maximum temperature extremes were recorded at Kabale and Wadelai weather stations respectively. Overall, the highest of the observed daily maximum temperatures of 38.6 0C occurred at Wadelai in Nebbi district. The mean minimum temperatures for this period of 12.60C to 19.2 0C were also recorded respectively at Kabale and Wadelai weather stations.

Detailed dekadal bulletin is available in: 

 Detailed Dekadal bulletin for 11th - 20th April 2017

Dekadal Downloads

GIZ/GERMAN COORPORATIONUSAID
Supported by the GIZ/USAID PROJECT:
Strengthening Meteorological Products, Services and Use in the Agriculture and Water Sectors.