Maldives Meteorological Service (Met Office) says there is a possibility of swell wave surges during high tide times on Monday.
Capital Male’ City and other islands have reportedly experienced swells due to high tides in the last three days.
While the situation is being monitored, National Disaster Management Centre (NDMC) confirms that no reports of damage caused to households have been reported due to the swells coming inland.
The two areas most affected by sea swells in capital Male’ during the past few days were the Carnival region and the Industrial Village area.
According to Met Office, the coming 24 hours are expected to bring scattered showers with isolated thunderstorms throughout the country.
Central and southern atolls are likely to experience heavy showers, Met office said.
Met office also stated that surface winds will vary between south-east / southerly, at 3 – 13 miles per hour in southern atolls and west/north-westerly at 5 – 15 miles per hour elsewhere. Winds may gust 35 miles per hour during showers.
Seas are expected to become slightly moderate during showers, Met office said.