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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 17, August 2017

Highlights:

  •   The WRF model predicts up to 124 mm of rainfall in Ratnapura district on 19th of August.
  •   Between 9-15 Aug: Rainfall up to 160 mm was recorded in Ampara and Batticaloa districts on the 12th.
  •   From 6-12 Aug:  minimum temperature of 20 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while Northern and Eastern regions of the island recorded a maximum temperature between 30-35 OC.
  •   From 8-14 Aug: up to 21 km/h, northwesterly winds were experienced by the central and southern regions of the island; and up to 18 km/h in the northern regions.
  •   0.5 OC above average sea surface temperature was observed in the Northern and Southern seas around Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 10, August 2017

Highlights:

  •   The WRF model predicts up to 64 mm of rainfall in Kalutara district on 11th of August.
  •   Between 2-8 Aug: Rainfall up to 80 mm was recorded in Polonnaruwa, Ampara and Batticaloa districts on the 7th.
  •   From 30 Jul- 5 Aug:  minimum temperature of 20  OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while Northern and Eastern regions of the island recorded a maximum temperature between 30-35 OC.
  •   From 1-7 Aug: up to 29 km/h, northwesterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   0.5 OC above average sea surface temperature was observed in the Northern and Eastern seas around Sri Lanka.

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Friday, August 4, 2017

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 3, August 2017

Highlights:

  •   The WRF model predicts up to 124 mm of rainfall in Ratnapura district on 3rd of August.
  •   Between 26 Jul-1 Aug: Rainfall up to 50 mm was recorded in Kurunegala district on the 31st.
  •   From 23-29 Jul:  minimum temperature of 20  OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while Northern, Central and Eastern regions of the island recorded a maximum temperature between 30-35 OC.
  •   From 18-24 Jul: up to 36 km/h, northwesterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   0.5 OC above average sea surface temperature was observed in the seas around Sri Lanka.

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