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Thursday, April 5, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 5, April 2018

Highlights:

  •   The IRI weekly forecast predicts total rainfall between 100-150 mm in Nuwara Eliya and Badulla districts during 4th -9th Apr.
  •   Between 28 Mar-3 Apr: up to 80 mm of rainfall was recorded in Kalutara district on April 1st.
  •   From 25-31 Mar:  minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while northwestern regions of the island recorded a maximum temperature between  30-35 OC.
  •   From 27 Mar-2 Apr: up to 10 km/h, southeasterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   Average sea surface temperature was observed in the seas around Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, March 29, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 29, March 2018

Highlights:

  •   The NCEP weekly forecast predicts total rainfall between 75-85 mm in Batticaloa and Ampara districts during 4th -10th Apr.
  •   Between 21- 27 Mar: up to 100 mm of rainfall was recorded in Colombo district on the 27th.
  •   From 18- 24 Mar:  minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while Kurunegala, Anuradhapura, Vavuniya and Ratnapura districts recorded a maximum temperature between 30-35 OC.
  •   From 20- 26 Mar: up to 18 km/h, northeasterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   Average sea surface temperature was observed in the seas around Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, March 22, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 22, March 2018

Highlights:

  •   The IRI weekly forecast predicts total rainfall between 25-50 mm in Kandy, Kegalle, Nuwara Eliya, Badulla, Monaragala, and Ratnapura districts during 21st - 26th Mar.
  •   Between 13- 19 Mar: up to 80 mm of rainfall was recorded in Kilinochchi district on the 13th.
  •   From 11- 17 Mar:  minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while Kurunegala, Puttalam and Kegalla districts   recorded a maximum temperature between  30-35 OC.
  •   From 13- 19 Mar: up to 18 km/h, easterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   Average sea surface temperature was observed in the seas around Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, March 15, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 15, March 2018

Highlights:

  •   The IRI weekly forecast predicts total rainfall between 50-75 mm in Kegalle, Kandy, Nuwara Eliya and Badulla districts during 14th-20th Mar. 
  •   Between 7- 13 Mar: up to 100 mm of rainfall was recorded in Ampara district on the 11th.
  •   From 4- 10 Mar:   minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while Kurunegala and Puttalam districts  recorded a maximum temperature between  30-35 OC.
  •   From 6- 12 Mar: up to 36 km/h, easterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   0.OC above average sea surface temperature was observed in the seas around Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, March 8, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 8, March 2018

Highlights:

  •   The IRI weekly forecast predicts total rainfall between 75-100 mm in Ampara and Monaragala districts during 7th-12th Mar.  
  •   Between 27 Feb- 5 Mar: up to 140 mm of rainfall was recorded in Batticaloa district on the 27th.
  •   From 25 Feb- 3 Mar:  minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while Kurunegala  district  recorded a maximum temperature between  30-35 OC.
  •   From 27 Feb- 5 Mar: up to 22 km/h, easterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   Average sea surface temperature was observed in the seas around Sri Lanka.

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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 28, February 2018

Highlights:

  •   The IRI weekly forecast predicts total rainfall between 75-100 mm in Nuwara Eliya, Badulla and Kandy districts during 27th Feb - 4th Mar. 
  •   Between 20-26 Feb: up to 90 mm of rainfall was recorded in Matara district on the 26th.
  •   From 11-17 Feb:  minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while Gampaha, Kurunegala and Colombo districts  recorded a maximum temperature between  30-35 OC.
  •   From 19-25 Feb: up to 18 km/h, northeasterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   0.5 OC below average sea surface temperature was observed in the northern seas of Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 22, February 2018

Highlights:

  •   The NCEP model predicts total rainfall between 25-35 mm in Kandy, Badulla, Nuwara Eliya, Colombo, Kalutara, Kegalle and Ratnapura districts during 20-26 Feb.
  •   Between 12-18 Feb: up to 50 mm of rainfall was recorded in Kegalla and Ratnapura districts on the 15th.
  •   From 11-17 Feb:  minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while Kurunegala district recorded a maximum temperature between  30-35 OC.
  •   From 11-17 Feb: up to 20 km/h, northeasterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   Average sea surface temperature was observed in the northern seas of Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, February 15, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 15, February 2018

Highlights:

  •   The NCEP model predicts dry weather conditions for the entire island in the coming week.
  •   Between 6-12 Feb: up to 80 mm of rainfall was recorded in Puttalam on the 6th.
  •   From 4-10 Feb:   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 6-12 Feb: up to 18 km/h, easterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   Average sea surface temperature was observed in the northern seas of Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, February 8, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 8, February 2018

Highlights:

  •   The IRI weekly forecast predicts total rainfall between 25-50 mm in Kandy, Nuwara Eliya, Kegalle, Badulla, Ratnapura and Monaragala districts during 7th-12th Feb.
  •   Between 31 Jan-6 Feb: up to 80 mm of rainfall was recorded in Puttalam on the 5th.
  •   From 28 Jan-3 Feb:  minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while western and southern parts of the island recorded a maximum temperature between  30-35 OC.
  •   From 30 Jan-5 Feb: up to 36 km/h, easterly winds were experienced by the southern regions of the island.
  •   0.OC below average sea surface temperature was observed in the northern seas of Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, February 1, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 1, February 2018

Highlights:

  •   The NCEP weekly forecast predicts total rainfall between 105-115 mm in Ampara district during 30th Jan-05th Feb.
  •   Between 24-30 Jan: up to 50 mm of rainfall was recorded in Nuwara Eliya on the 29th and in Badulla on the 30th.
  •   From 21-27 Jan: minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while western and southern parts of the island recorded a maximum temperature between  30-35 OC.
  •   From 23-29 Jan: up to 18 km/h, northeasterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   0.OC below average sea surface temperature was observed in the northern seas of Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, January 25, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 26, January 2018

Highlights:

  •   The IRI Model predicts total rainfall between 50-75 mm in Batticaloa and Ampara districts during 24th -29th Jan.
  •   Between 17-21 Jan: No significant rainfalls were recorded in any part of the island.
  •   From 14-20 Jan:  minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while western and southern parts of the island recorded a maximum temperature between  30-35 OC.
  •   From 16-22 Jan: up to 18 km/h, northeasterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   0.OC below average sea surface temperature was observed in the northern seas of Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 18, January 2018

Highlights:

  •   The NCEP weekly forecast predicts rainfall between 35-45 mm in Monaragala and Badulla districts during 23rd -29th Jan.
  •   Between 10-16 Jan: Rainfall up to 90 mm was recorded in Vavuniya district on January 11th.
  •   From 7-13 Jan:  minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while western and southern parts of the island recorded a maximum temperature between  30-35 OC.
  •   From 9-15 Jan: up to 30 km/h, northeasterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   0.OC below average sea surface temperature was observed in the northern seas of Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, January 11, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 11, January 2018

Highlights:

  •   The WRF Model predicts up to 65 mm of rainfall in Matale, Kandy, Badulla and Ampara districts on January 13th.
  •   Between 2-8 Jan: Rainfall up to 30 mm was recorded in Monaragala district on January 2nd and 3rd.
  •   From 31 Dec- 6 Jan:  minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while northern,  western and southern parts of the island recorded a maximum temperature between  30-35 OC.
  •   From 2- 8 Jan: up to 36 km/h, northerly winds were experienced by the northern and central parts of the island and up to 18 km/h in the southern regions.
  •   0.OC above average sea surface temperature was observed in the southern seas of Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, January 4, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 4, January 2018

Highlights:

  •   The NCEP weekly rainfall forecast predicts between 75-85 mm of rainfall in Monaragala, Ampara, Badulla and Hambantota districts during 10th-16th Jan.
  •   Between 26 Dec- 1 Jan: Rainfall up to 60 mm was recorded in Hambantota, Nuwara Eliya, Ratnapura and Badulla districts on December 26th.
  •   From 24- 30 Dec:  minimum temperature of 15 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya district while western and southern parts of the island recorded a maximum temperature between  30-35 OC.
  •   From 26 Dec- 1 Jan: up to 18 km/h, northeasterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   Average sea surface temperature was observed in the southern seas of Sri Lanka.

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