Drought And Flood Monitor Bulletin

NiMet's DROUGHT AND FLOOD MONITORING BULLETIN JUNE, 2019

The June edition of the Drought and Flood Monitoring Bulletin (DFMB) was prepared using the WMO recommended practice, the Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI). During the period in review most of the locations in the north eastern/southern part of the country experienced varying degrees of wet conditions. Other parts of the country are either under normal or dry conditions compared to the longterm mean.

NiMet's DROUGHT AND FLOOD MONITORING BULLETIN MAY, 2019

This May edition of the Drought and Flood Monitoring Bulletin (DFMB) was prepared using the Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI) as recommended by the World Meteorological Organisation, WMO. During the period under review, most parts of the country had shown evidence of rainfall emergence as a result of above and below rainfall amounts recorded in comparison with the long term normal.

NiMet's DROUGHT AND FLOOD MONITOING BULLETIN APRIL, 2019

The April edition of the Drought and Flood Monitoring Bulletin (DFMB) was prepared using the WMO recommended practice, the Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI). During the period under review, considerable parts of the country were under normal condition except for a few places with extreme to mild degrees of wetness and dryness as a result of above and below rainfall amounts recorded in comparison with the long term normal.

NiMet's DROUGHT AND FLOOD MONITORING BULLETIN JANUARY, 2019 Updated

WMO recommended Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI) for monitoring drought and flood, was used in the preparation of this month’s edition. For the month of January under review, most parts of the country recorded no rainfall except for a few places in the south with some amount of rainfall that translated to observed degrees of wetness and dryness over places concerned.

NiMet's DROUGHT AND FLOOD MONITORING BULLETIN FEBRUARY, 2019

The WMO recommended Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI), which compares this month's rainfall values with the normal across the country is presented. This value which could be higher, equal or lower than the 30-year average was used in the preparation of this edition. During the period under review, rainfall events were observed over some parts of the country.

NiMet's FLOOD AND DROUGHT MONITORING BULLETIN FOR NOVEMBER, 2018

The WMO recommended Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI) technique was used in the preparation of this edition of the Drought and Flood Monitoring Bulletin (DFMB). During the period under review, rainfall activities were generally observed to have reached cessation with most parts of the country recording normal dry conditions, except for a few states in the South.

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