- In the Central Business District ( CBD), the roads and streets remained wet with few places spotted with stagnant water.
- A five-day forecast shows rains continuing between today and Saturday over most parts of the country.
Nairobi residents on Tuesday morning woke up to wet streets and roads as heavy rains pounded the capital.
In some parts of the city, the rains started on Monday night while in other places it rained in the early morning hours.
In the Central Business District, the roads and streets remained wet with few places spotted with stagnant water.
Some streets within the CBD remained deserted with no trace of hawkers due to the rains.
The weatherman has predicted the country will continue to soak in rain this week.
A five-day forecast shows rains continuing between today and Saturday over most parts of the country.
Dr David Gikungu, the head of the meteorological department, did not indicate the expected intensity of these rains.
The forecast is still bad news for the Coast, where many places are already flooded because of heavy downpours last week.
According to the Ministry of Interior, at least 70 Kenyans have been killed by the floods.