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Water levels in 39 rivers rise, 69 fall: FFWC

Published : Monday, 24 June, 2024 at 9:28 PM  Count : 345

Water levels in 39 rivers rise, 69 fall: FFWC

Water levels in 39 rivers rise, 69 fall: FFWC


Water levels at 39 river stations monitored by Flood Forecasting and Warning Centre (FFWC) have marked rise while 69 stations recorded fall.
 
Among the 110 monitored river stations, water level at one station has remained steady while rivers at six stations are flowing above the danger level, a bulletin issued by the FFWC said on Monday, reports BSS.
 
The Surma river is flowing at 19cm above danger level at Kanaighat station while the Kushiyara at Amalsad, at Sherpur-Sylhet and at Markuli, the Old Surma at Derai and the Someshwari at Kalmakanda are flowing 33cm, 06cm, 30cm, 05cm and 17cm are flowing respectively.
 
The Brahmaputra-Jamuna river is in falling trend, which may continue in next 24 hours, the FFWC bulletin said adding the Ganges river is in rising trend while the Padma river is in falling trend, which may continue in next 48 hours.
 
The major rivers in the North-eastern region of the country are in falling trend which may continue in the next 24 hours. Overall improvement of the flood situation in various low-lying areas of the north-eastern part of the country may continue in the next 72 hours.
 
According to the information from meteorological organizations, medium to heavy rainfall in next 24 hours and heavy to very heavy rainfall in next 48 hours is expected in the Northern and adjoining upstream parts of the country. As a result, the water level of the Teesta river in that region may rise in particular time in the next 48 hours.
 
Significant rainfall was recorded at some stations in different districts of Bangladesh during the last 24 hours ending at 9 am today.
 
A total of 80 mm rainfalls were recorded in Panchagarh, 50mm at Lalakhal (Sylhet), 73mm at Zakiganj (Sylhet) and 50 mm at Teknaf (Cox's Bazar).
 
During the past 24 hours, significant rainfalls (mm) were recorded in some states like Tripura and Arunachal of India, the bulletin added.






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