Naval and fishing communities have been advised to exercise caution.
The Met Department has asked the general public to take adequate precautions to minimise damage.
"Some tremors can be attributed to incidents such as blasts, but no such incident was reported in the area."
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“Wind speed can increase up to 50-60 kmph at times in other sea areas around the island," the Met Dept said.
"It wasn’t a major spill. As per our observation, its 400 liters of oil spillage," an official said.
"We don’t have information about any such clearing," the official said.
"Reliable sources have also confirmed that illegal roadways are to be constructed," he said.
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Gusty winds have been forecast for several parts of the island from 2pm Sunday to 2pm the next day.
Residents have also been asked to be prepared for evacuation if the need arises.
A few showers will occur in the North-Central Province.
"Don't stay in open areas and if heavy thunder occurs, unplug all electrical devices," the DMC said.
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"There may be temporary localised strong winds during thundershowers."
Some fish coming ashore have also had plastic nurdles (polypropylene granules) that had spilt from the ship.
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Defending the project, State Minister Wijesekara told EconomyNext June 17 said it was the result of years of study.