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Friday, November 17, 2017

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 16, November 2017

Highlights:

  •   The NCEP weekly rainfall forecast predicts total rainfall between 85-95 mm in Trincomalee, Batticaloa and Ampara districts during 22–28th Nov.
  •   Between 8-14 Nov: Rainfall up to 50 mm was recorded in Jaffna district on November 8th.
  •   From 5-11 Nov:  minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while most parts of the island recorded a maximum temperature between 30-35 OC.
  •   From 7-13 Nov: up to 36 km/h, northeasterly winds were experienced by the northern and central regions of the island and up to 18 km/h in the southern and southeastern regions.
  •   Average sea surface temperature was observed in the seas around Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, November 9, 2017

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 9, November 2017

Highlights:

  •   The IRI weekly rainfall forecast predicts heavy rainfall in Northeastern coastal areas during 8th -13th Nov.
  •   Between 1-7 Nov: Rainfall up to 80 mm was recorded in Kilinochchi district on November 3rd.
  •   From 29 Oct- 4 Nov:  minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while most parts of the island recorded a maximum temperature between 30-35 OC.
  •   From 31 Oct- 6 Nov: up to 36 km/h, easterly winds were experienced by the Northern Province and up to 18 km/h northeasterly in the rest of the island.
  •   0.5 OC above average sea surface temperature was observed in the seas around Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, November 2, 2017

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 2, November 2017

Highlights:

  •   The IRI weekly rainfall forecast predicts total rainfall between 100-150 mm in Northeastern coastal area during 1–6 Nov.
  •   Between 24-30 Oct: Rainfall up to 90 mm was recorded in various parts of the island.
  •   From 22-28 Oct: minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while most parts of the island recorded a maximum temperature between 30-35 OC.
  •   From 24-30 Oct: up to 18 km/h, northeasterly winds were experienced by the northern regions of the country and up to 11 km/h in the central and southern regions.
  •   0.5 OC above average sea surface temperature was observed in the seas around Sri Lanka.

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