The Department also warned that residents in hilly areas should take caution as landslides could occur following heavy rain.
Meanwhile, funerals of the parents and their daughter who died in a landslide at Malapattava in Walapane were held today.
Rescue workers continued operations in search of the 17-year old missing son but they have failed to find any clue as yet.
He was expecting to sit the GCE O/L examination today.
Meanwhile, Assistant Director of the Disaster Management Center Pradeep Kodippili said spill gates of 8 reservoirs are still kept open.
At the same time, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has issued a directive to provide necessary relief and other welfare for the people affected by the weather.
In addition, Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa has had a discussion with the authorities about actions that should be taken with regard to the emergency situation.
Meanwhile, it was revealed during a meeting chaired by by Disaster management Minister Janaka Bandara Tennakoon that 5 thousand 415 residents have been affected by the inclement weather.
5 persons are dead while 4 persons are injured.