While a lot of places around the world have been experiencing heatwave conditions in the past few weeks, Kenya has been hit by unusually cold weather.

Cloud cover has been a factor in Kenya's colder than normal weather in July, which is usually the coolest month of the year in the East African country.

The cool conditions follow an abnormally wet and rainy season up to late June, impacting crops and livestock.

Kenya is not the only country seeing cooler than average temperatures.

Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Namibia, and eastern Zimbabwe have also seen a cooler month, with more than 2C below the average.