The Department of Meteorology Wednesday warned of thunderstorms associated with sudden strong winds Wednesday night, in its daily weather report.

The Met said the weather inshore Wednesday night until 6am on Thursday will be partly cloudy to cloudy at times with scattered rain that can be thundery at times and the night will be relatively cold.

Offshore, it will be partly cloudy with scattered rain may be thundery at times, the report added, warning of thundery rain associated with strong and high sea.

Wind inshore will be northwesterly to northeasterly at a speed of 05 to 15 knot reaching to 21 knot at places with thundery rain.

Offshore, it will be northwesterly at a speed of 08 to 18 knot, reaching to 26 knot at places with thundery rain.

Visibility will be 4 to 8 kilometers or 3 kilometers or less with thundery rain.

Sea state inshore will be 2 to 3 feet surging to 4 feet at times. Offshore, it will be 3 to 5 feet surging to 8 feet at places with thundery rain.

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