Rain, rough seas for next two days: MET

Weather authority reports of worsening weather conditions, including rough seas -- Sun Photo/ Fayaz Moosa

Maldives Meteorological Center (MET Office) forecasts stormy weather conditions for the next two days.

The weather authority forecasts rough seas and rainfall for the next two days.

Locals are currently traveling across the country, especially via sea, heading back home after concluding their Eid-ul-Adha vacation.

The academic and public holidays will come to a conclusion by Sunday, with schools and offices set to resume.

MET forecasts thunder and rainfall to northern parts of the country, followed by winds at the speeds of 10 to 20 miles per hour from West-Southwest.

With seas expected to be moderately rough, swells are forecast to reach between four to six feet in height.

In south, rainfall with thunder are expected with wind speeds at 15 miles per hour along with rough seas, with swells between two to four feet.

A total of nine days were declared as part of this year's Eid-ul-Adha holidays, due to which many had traveled to various local islands to take part in festivities.