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The rainy condition, especially in southwestern parts of the country, is expected to increase from tomorrow until Thursday (14), the Meteorology Department said today.

Duty Forecaster Nimal Bandara told the Daily Mirror that there was a high possibility of rains or thunder showers in Western, Southern, Sabaragamuwa, Central and Northwestern Provinces, while the other parts of the country would experience evening thunder showers.

“We are in the end of the Southwest monsoon therefore the showery conditions is expected to develop in the coming days,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Ratnapura District is expected to receive 50 to 100mm of rainfall tomorrow.

The Met. Dept. warned of fairly rough winds up to 50 Kmph in the sea area off the coast extending from Galle to Pottuvil via Hambantota.

It also said that showers or thunder showers could occur in sea areas in North and East during evening and night.

Further it said that inter-monsoon was to be triggered late September and over 50 mm rainfall could be expected islandwide thereafter.

It also said that heavy showers would be experienced during the evenings for about two hours, once the inter-monsoon sets in. (Thilanka Kanakarathna)

  Comments - 1

  • lol Monday, 11 September 2017 06:44 PM

    lol, it didnt rain today.. and it wont rain tomorrow as well. as usual useless meteorological report


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