The death toll from the inclement weather experienced over the island has increased to 25.
According to the Disaster Management Centre one individual has also been reported missing while seven others have sustained injuries due to adverse weather.
In its latest situation report the DMC said 212,060 persons in 17 districts have been affected by inclement weather.
12,476 affected individuals have been sheltered in 76 temporary centres.
Meanwhile, the DMC said 23 houses have been destroyed while 1,229 have been damaged due to heavy rains and gusty winds experienced in the country during the past few days.
Meanwhile, landslide warnings issued to 11 districts have been extended until 4pm today.
Landslide warnings issued by the National Building Research Organisation will be in effect in the Colombo, Gampaha, Kalutara, Kandy, Matale, Nuwara Eliya, Badulla, Galle, Kegalle, Ratnapura and Kurunegala districts until 4pm.
Deputy Director of the Disaster Management Centre Pradeep Kodippili said several roads were inundated in several districts including in the Kurunegala and Kandy districts, while a red alert was issued to the Kurunegala and Kandy districts.
He noted public residing in areas in which red alerts were issued in the Kegalle district were evacuated.
Kodippili said showers have reduced in several areas adding however the Department of Meteorology has predicted more showers today.
Meanwhile Director of Hydrology of the Department of Irrigation SPC Sugeeshwara said water levels of several rivers are receding.
He said water levels of the Maha Oya have receded in higher ground, while there may be minor flooding in low-lying areas including Wennappuwa and Dankotuwa.
He added water levels of the Attanagalu Oya is also receding slowly.
SPC Sugeeshwara noted water levels of the Kalu and Kuda rivers in Madurawala, Millaniya and Dodangoda is likely to recede considerably today, while water levels of the Kelani, Gin and Nilwala rivers have also receded.