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Global Weather Conditions - Tea Market Report - Week Ending 26th February

With North of India in almost the last lap of the off season, most welcome and fairly widespread showers in Assam should add up to an early start to the season. Darjeeling, on the other hand, continues to be at the receiving end of a very dry spell, not quite favourable conditions for a healthy start to the season ther. Conditions in south India, following an extended and prolonged dry spell which shows no signs of abating, are nothing short of alarming with outputs down to a virtual trickle. 
Sri Lanka which, while nowhere near conditions across the Palk Straits, has also had a mild bout of dry weather, which has only helped further strengthen an already very robust Colombo market.  At this point of time, with some rains having been reported, estate conditions are looking up. 
 
Mombasa which has been seeing a drop in inflows leading to announcement of the smallest auction of the year in week 10, didn't gain any advantage from this with the market tending steady to easier.  With the weather reported as being seasonally dry, crop is reducing in all tea growing areas in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi with only Malawi still seeing crop favourable conditions.  

Updated:2017-02-26