Jhelum Swells Amid Rains, Crossed the Danger Mark of 5.0 m at Pampore: Read More

Parts Of J&K Receive Over 100mm of
Rainfal| In 36 Hours

Srinagar, July 8 (PK): Rains led to rise in
the water level in many rivers in Kashmir
Valley including Jhelum on Saturday.

Jhelum at Pampore has crossed the Danger Mark of 5.0 m
Present Level 12:00 a.m. = 5.13 m
Flood Alarm level = 3.85 m
Flood Declaration mark = 4.5 m
Danger Mark = 5.0 m
Current Status = Increasing

Jhelum at Ram Munshi Bagh Srinagar has crossed the Flood Declaration Mark of 18 ft.
Present Level 12:00 a.m. = 18.22 ft
Flood Alarm level = 16.0 ft
Flood Declaration mark = 18.0 ft
Danger Mark = 21.0 ft
Current Status = Increasing

Gauge @ 12:00 A.M/Night 09/07/2023

1) Sangam (21’/25′)=21.80ft
2)Pampore (4.5/5.0m)=5.13m
3) MunshiBagh (18’/21′)=18.22ft
4) Asham (14’/16.5′)=10.98ft
5) Wullar (1578.0m)=1577.08m

1) Vishow Nallah at Khudwani (8.5m)=7.67m
2) Rambiyara Nallah at Wachi (5.7m)=2.87m
3) Doodhganga Nallah at Barzulla (3.8m)=1.95m
4) Sindh Nallah at Doderhama (3.9m)=2.79m

The Irrigation & Flood Control Department, Kashmir

A meteorological department official
told that in the last 36 hours till 05:30 hours
today, Srinagar received rainfall of 21 m
Qazigund 110.8mm, Pahalgam 82.1m
Kupwara 17.3mm, Kokernag 98.1mm,
Gulmarg 44.0mm, Jammu 18.6mm, Banihal
119.6mm, Batote 55.6mm, Katra 20.6mm
and Bhaderwah 39.4mm.

The weather department here asked those
living in the lower catchment areas
remain alert as there is a possibility of flash
floods, landslides or mudslides.
Temporary waterlogging and minor floods
in low-lying areas may also be witnessed,
it said.

The weather system can lead to a
temporary disruption of surface
transportation over the Srinagar-Jammu
highway, Mughal Road, the Srinagar-Leh
highway and other major hilly roads, the
officials added.

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