According to the Sri Lankan Meteorological Bureau, showers or thunderstorms will continue in most parts of the island after 1:00 pm today (Sunday) after being hit by rain waves from the southwestern Bay of Bengal and the adjacent equatorial Indian Ocean. is. ..
Satellite photographs show clouds hanging from Hambantota, Sera Kataragama, Panama, Amplara, Battikaroa, Murraytive and Jaffna, the Palk Strait, Manor Bay to the eastern part of the island nation, with the most invading plots in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu. It’s nearby.
Sri Lanka heavy rain forecast
Sri Lanka has warned of fairly heavy falls of more than 7.5 cm in several locations in the central, Sabaragamuwa, southern, northwestern and western states. There are some showers in the eastern and Uva provinces. Fog conditions can be widespread in the central, Sabaragamuwa, Uva, and western states.
The general public needs to take appropriate precautions to minimize the damage caused by temporary and localized strong winds and lightning strikes during thunderstorms. Winds occur in the northeastern sea at 20-30 km / h and can increase from Colombo to Kankesanturai and from Goal to Hambantota up to 40 km / h.
Outlook for European institutions
The European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecast (ECMWF) predicts that Sri Lanka’s thunderstorm regime will gradually move north, covering parts of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, and later extending to further parts of the Southern Peninsula. is showing. Moon.
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) agreed that thunderstorms with thunder could line up in isolated areas in Pondicherry Karaikar, Tamil Nadu as early as Monday. Starting Tuesday, these pre-monsoon thunderstorms could extend to Kerala and Mahe, according to IMD.
Expansion of outlook by April
Meanwhile, the ECMWF has a 46-day outlook, with this volatile and volatile spell on the peninsula and eastern central India moving across northern India and seasonal in western India and northeastern India (Kal Baisakhi). Predicted that it could cover two gradually in relation to thunderstorms-one-third of the country by mid-April. Only parts of Rajasthan, West Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat can sit.
By mid-April, the westernmost boundaries of rainy weather will be in Jam Nagar, Nasik (including Mumbai), Nanded Wagara, Aurangabad, Indole, Bhopal, Jhansi, Kota, Jaipur, Agra, Bikaner, New Delhi and Batinda. You should run along. This means that all areas of the east will be exposed to rain during this period.
Western turmoil in Pakistan
IMD has identified an upcoming western disturbance as this (Sunday) Pakistan’s cyclone cycle and its progeny cyclone cycle in central Pakistan. These cause fairly extensive to widespread rainfall / snowfall across the hills of northwestern India today and tomorrow (Sunday and Monday), with the potential for isolated heavy rainfall today.
Today, the adjacent plains (Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi) are predicted to be isolated by scattered light / drizzle. An isolated thunderstorm with lightning and hail can hit Jammu, Kashmir, Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Northern Haryana, and Uttarakhand on both days.
Thunderstorms in the next two days Tamil Nadu, Kerala: IMD
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