•Rains were first witnessed in Kisumu on Tuesday.
• Other parts of the country that are currently receiving rainfall are the Rift Valley and Western regions.
The long-awaited rains finally hit the capital on Wednesday night.
The rains which started on Wednesday night disrupted the electricity supply in some parts of Nairobi.
Kenya power admitted that power supply had been disrupted in various parts of Eastlands, Kasarani, Karen, Westlands, Makadara, Ruaraka, Kahawa West, Mathare and Starehe constituencies.
There was also traffic snarl-up witnessed on Thika Road.
Motorists waded through flooded sections on roads to reach their destination.
A car was seen stuck up in floods along Waiyaki Way as Bodaboda operators came to the rescue and managed to pull out the saloon car.
In a picture seen by the Star, the heavy downpour washed off drainage systems leaving heaps of garbage in Mukuru Kwa Ruben slums in Nairobi.
Pedestrians were seen walking in gumboots and holding their umbrellas as they tried to evade mud and the water.
Rains were first witnessed in Kisumu on Tuesday.
Other parts of the country that are currently receiving rainfall are the Rift Valley and Western regions.