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Thursday, July 19, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 19, July 2018

Highlights:

  •   The NCEP weekly rainfall forecast predicts total rainfall up to 35 mm in Kegalla and Ratnapura districts during 18th - 24th July.
  •   Between 10 - 16 Jul: up to 50 mm of rainfall was recorded in Ratnapura and Galle districts on the 10th.
  •   From 8 - 14 Jul: minimum temperature of 20 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya and Badulla districts while eastern coastal regions including Anuradhapura district  recorded a maximum temperature between 35-40 OC.
  •  From 10 - 16 Jul: up to 72 km/h, northwesterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   Average sea surface temperature was observed in the seas around Sri Lanka.

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Thursday, July 12, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 12, July 2018

Highlights:

  •   The NCEP weekly rainfall forecast predicts total rainfall up to 65 mm in Colombo, Ratnapura, Kalutara and Galle districts during 11th -17th July.
  •   Between 3 - 9 Jul: up to 60 mm of rainfall was recorded in Kegalla district on the 9th.
  •   From 24-30 Jun: minimum temperature of 20 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya  and Badulla districts while eastern coastal areas of the island recorded  a maximum temperature between 35-40 OC.
  •  From 1 - 7 Jul: up to 48 km/h, northwesterly winds were experienced by the entire island.
  •   0.5 OC above average sea surface temperature was observed in the western seas of Sri Lanka.

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Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Weekly Hydro-meteorological Report, 4, July 2018

Highlights:

  •   The NCEP weekly rainfall forecast predicts total rainfall up to 55 mm in Gampaha, Kegalla and Ratnapura districts during 3rd -9th July.
  •   Between 25 Jun – 1 Jul: up to 50 mm of rainfall was recorded in Ampara district on the 29th.
  •   From 24-30 Jun: minimum temperature of 20 OC was recorded from Nuwara Eliya  and Badulla districts while eastern coastal areas of the island recorded  a maximum temperature between 35-40 OC.
  •  From 25 Jun- 1 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 western seas of Sri Lanka.

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