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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 24 July, 2014


Highlights

Monitoring and Prediction
Rainfall observed in Sri Lanka is dwindling. Less than 20 mm of rainfall was observed during 16th- 22nd of July. No significant rainfall events are predicted for the next two weeks. The sea surface temperature anomaly remained neutral in the entire last month.

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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 17 July, 2014


Highlights

Monitoring and Prediction
Lesser rainfall is observed in the entire country and a decreasing rainfall trend was observed during last two weeks. However intense wind was observed in the country during the past week. Neutral sea surface temperature anomaly persists around Sri Lanka.

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Friday, July 11, 2014

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 10 July, 2014


Highlights

Monitoring and Prediction
Less rainfall compared to the previous week was observed during 2nd – 8th July 2014. Sea around the country shows a neutral sea surface temperature anomaly. Heavy rainfall events are not expected during the next 5 day period.

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Thursday, July 3, 2014

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 3 July, 2014


Highlights

Monitoring and Prediction
The southeast monsoon is active. Therefore south east region of the country received high amounts of rainfall during June. More than 200 mm of excess monthly rainfall compared to past years was observed in this region during this month. During the next two weeks this condition is predicted to continue but heavy rainfall events are not likely to happen during the next six days. The sea surface temperature remains to be warmer than average.

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Monday, June 30, 2014

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 26 June, 2014


Highlights

Monitoring and Prediction
South western region of Sri Lanka continue to receive rainfall during the last week. This condition is expected to continue in the next two weeks.

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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 19 June, 2014


Highlights

Monitoring and Prediction
The South Western region of the country, particularly Kalutara and Ratnapura districts shall continue to receive high rainfall during this week. Some models predict rainfall in the entire western half of the country during the next few days. The rest of the country shall not receive a significant amount of rainfall during the next couple of weeks. The Sea surface temperature around the country is warmer than usual. Sustained El Nino conditions are predicted by June- July of this year.

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Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 12 June, 2014


Highlights

Monitoring and Prediction
Existing rainfall condition shall decrease in different rates till 7th June 2014. However, western slopes and coasts are likely to observe significant rainfall event during 2nd-5th June 2014. For the eastern slopes and coasts significant dry condition is likely to observe during the beginning of June 2014.

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