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Showery condition is expected to enhance

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Thundershowers posible in several ares

Due to the low level atmospheric disturbance in the vicinity of Sri Lanka, showery condition is expected to enhance some extent over the island during next few days.

Several spells of showers will occur in Western, North-western, Sabaragamuwa, Central and Southern provinces.

Showers or thundershowers will occur in Northern, Eastern, North-central and Uva provinces.

General public is kindly requested to take adequate precautions to minimize damages caused by lightning activity and localized strong winds during thundershowers.

 

WEATHER FORECAST FOR SEA AREAS AROUND THE ISLAND DURING NEXT 24 HOURS

Due to the low level atmospheric disturbance in the vicinity of Sri Lanka, showery condition is expected to enhance some extent and sea can be rough in Northern, Eastern and South-eastern deep sea areas of the island.
Condition of Rain:
Showers or thundershowers will occur at several places in the sea areas around the island. Heavy showers may occur in Northern, Eastern and South-eastern deep sea areas of the island.
Winds:
Winds will be Westerly to South-westerly in the sea areas extending from Puttalam to Matara via Colombo and Galle and winds will be South-westerly in the other sea areas around the island. Wind speed will be (30-40) kmph. Wind speed can increase up to 50 kmph at times in the deep and shallow sea areas extending from Puttalam to Pottuvil via Colombo, Galle, Matara and Hambantota.
State of Sea:
The deep and shallow sea area extending from Puttalam to Pottuvil via Colombo, Galle, Matara and Hambantota can be rough at times. The other sea areas around the island can be fairly rough at times.

Naval and fishing communities are requested to be vigilant in this regards.

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