MN2 pass over Sri Lanka weather satellite image for two passes. There is no sign of rain with cool temperature during the night with warm and dry climate during the daytime.

Following composite image shows satellite images captured during two passes in the morning. It is evident that no sign of rain except may be a light drizzle in the evening because of the warm weather during the daytime.

MN2 sri lanka weather satellite image
MN2 – RGB composite image of Sri Lanka

RGB image shows that clear blue sky is visible around the nation with sunny southern and western oceans. Wind detected as 7 knots from Northeast at VCBI while 9 knots from North at VCRI.

MN2 weather satellite image Sri Lanka
MN2 – RGB image of Sri Lanka (1st morning pass)

Note: Please click on images to see high resolution images. You can see some rain clouds (MN2 – RGB rainfall image of Sri Lanka (1st pass)) on the Southeast of Sri Lanka but the wind does not help them go across the island.

Sky on the west side of Sri Lanka is fairly clear and no signs of rain clouds. It is very nice to see the could pattern near middle east on the Arabian sea (to see please click here).

MN2 weather satellite image Sri Lanka
MN2 – RGB rainfall image of Sri Lanka (1st morning pass)
MN2 weather satellite image Sri Lanka
MN2 – RGB image (2nd morning pass)

Date: 02.05.2017 at 08:56 & 10:36AM (UTC+5:30)
Captured by: Damith Jayawickrama.
Weather station: Colombo, Sri Lanka.

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