Experts have predicted heavy rainfall in most parts of South Sudan for season June , July , August to September (JJAS).
According to a statement released after the 55th Greater Horn of Africa ‘s Climate Outlook Forum, Eastern Equatoria, Unity State and northern Upper Nile are the areas predicted to receive above average rain.
The statement further said western parts of South Sudan are experiencing below normal patterns of rainfall.
The statement also said that much of the northern Greater Horn of Africa from western Ethiopia to southern Sudan is indicating earlier than usual start of the rains relative to the averages from 1981-2010.
In contrast, regions close to the northernmost boundary of rainfall