Cyclonic weather predicted



The Department of Meteorology has reported that the depression over the South-West Bay of Bengal is set to intensify, evolving into a deep depression within the next 12 hours and further progressing into a cyclonic storm by tomorrow (December 03).

As of the latest update, the depression is situated approximately 490 kilometers North-East of Trincomalee. 

The system is anticipated to move in a West-North-Westward direction, tracking near the North coast of Sri Lanka and progressing towards the North Tamil Nadu coast of India by Tuesday (December 5).

In light of this development, cloudy skies are expected over most parts of the island. 

Showers exceeding 100 mm are forecast in the Northern, North-Central, Eastern, and North-Western Provinces, as well as other regions of the island after 1:00 p.m.

Strong winds, reaching approximately 50 kmph, are likely over the Northern, North-Central, North-Western, and Southern Provinces, including the Trincomalee and Batticaloa districts. 

The public is urged to take necessary precautions to minimize potential damages caused by temporary localized strong winds and lightning during thundershowers. 


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