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In the New Zealand Herald, David Leggat writes that the endless rain in Sri Lanka begs the question as to why the series was scheduled in among the wettest months of the year. Young players wanting to make an impression before the South Africa tour will not enjoy sitting around watching the skies.
Yesterday's forecast had the encouraging word "thunder-showers" and one of those large lightning bolts sandwiched between angled rain lines. Now look at Sri Lanka's rainfall rates. This is the second inter-monsoon season over there. One month has a mean total rainfall of 414.4 millimetres, by a distance the wettest month of the year. Go on, have a guess which month it is?
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