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Nairobi, Kenya: The Meteorological Department has said the rains experienced in some parts of the country are off-season rains resulting from a tropical cyclone track formation on the Indian Ocean.

Peter Ambenje, a meteorologist, said the rains would continue to fall in parts of the country, especially Nairobi, parts of Central Province and lower eastern for days.

Mr Ambenje said for the next one week, the country would experience off-season rainfall in Nairobi, Kajiado and parts of eastern Narok.

He, however, said by mid-week there would be a reduction of rain, but areas around Makindu and southern Kitui would have average rainfall.

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