29 Apr

According to the search results, the average rainfall in Kenya during the rainy season varies depending on the region, but some key points can be summarized:

The rainy season in Kenya is characterized by two main periods - the long rains from March to May, and the short rains from October to December

During the long rains season, rainfall can be heavy and intense, with some areas receiving 1.5 to 2 inches (40 to 50 millimeters) of rain per day.

Average annual rainfall in Nairobi amounts to 745 mm (29 inches), with the majority of this falling during the two rainy seasons

In the highlands and mountainous regions, average rainfall levels can range from 790 mm in Nairobi to over 2,000 mm in the Aberdares and lower slopes of Mount Kenya

Along the coast, annual rainfall typically ranges from 1,000 to 1,100 mm (40 to 43 inches), with the long rains occurring a bit later than the rest of the country, from April to June

In the arid and semi-arid regions of northern and eastern Kenya, annual rainfall is much lower, ranging from 200 to 600 mm (8 to 24 inches)

So in summary, while rainfall can be highly variable across Kenya's diverse geography, the rainy seasons generally bring substantial precipitation, especially in the highland and coastal areas.