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Unsettled atmosphere over the region for next 4 days

Unsettled atmosphere over the region for next 4 days

Moisture and instability associated with a tropical wave and spiral bands from Tropical Storm Eta will maintain an unsettled atmosphere over the region for the next four days, according to the Department of Disaster Management (DDM) on November 9, 2020.
It said, therefore, generally cloudy skies will prevail with at least a high chance of showers and for the most a 70 percent or high chance of thunderstorms.

“A generally easterly windflow will prevail with moderate to fresh winds expected. Some gusts are also possible,” DDM stated.

It noted that the seas will remain generally safe for the next two days; however, thereafter, seas will become somewhat hazardous and hence the need for cautions or advisories.

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