Update August 15, 2015

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30 rivers register rises, 52 falls

Sumel Sarker

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30 rivers register rises, 52 falls

15 August 2015, Nirapad News: Water levels in 30 river stations monitored by Flood Forecasting and Warning Centre (FFWC) have marked rises and 52 stations recorded falls.

Among the 85 monitored water level stations, water level at one river station is flowing above its danger level and water levels at three monitored river stations have remained steady, a bulletin issued by FFWC said today.

The Brahmaputra-Jamuna river systems are in rising trend, but the Brahmaputra may remain steady while the Jamuna likely to rise in the next 48-hours.

On the other hand, the Ganges is in falling trend while the Padma is in steady state and it may continue in next 48-hour.

The Surma-Kushiyara river systems are in falling trend which may likely to continue in next 24 hours.

Significant rainfall was recorded in some stations in different districts during the last 24-hour ending at 6am today.

A total of 45mm rainfall was recorded at Manu Rly Br., 29mm at Moulvibazar,20mm at Kanaighat and 17mm at Panchagarh.

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