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Rainy weather was predicted in most parts of the country including the drought-hit North Central Province due to the convergence conditions developing in the atmosphere.

The Meteorology Department said the winds coming from the two hemispheres were merging over Sri Lanka currently. It said cloudy conditions would prevail for few days while there would be heavy showers from time to time particularly in the South West part of the country, Western, Central and Sabaragamuwa provinces and in the Galle and Matara Districts. In addition thunder showers were predicted in the North Central and Uva provinces.

Meanwhile the highest rain fall of 30.3 mm was recorded from Kirinidiwela in the Gampaha District while the hydro catchment areas received an average of 15mm rain during past 24 hours. (YP)

  Comments - 4

  • edwinneil fernando Sunday, 16 September 2012 04:04 PM

    need heavy rains to protect our innocent lives in sri lanka praise the lord almighty

    Shane Sunday, 16 September 2012 04:09 PM

    When there are cricket can sure that rain also not far behind

    vinil Monday, 17 September 2012 03:56 AM

    Rain, Rain ,Rain, the long awaited Rain. cricket, Cricket ,Cricket, rain wash cricket. So unlucky we are.

    True Sri Lankan Monday, 17 September 2012 04:21 AM

    We badly need RAIN.... But we need CRICKET also....

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