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ap lo heavy rain next week lo vundachu mostly

Srisailam inflow touched 2.2 L...hope it will continue for next couple of days...   .NO. Reservoir Full Reservoir Level in Ft.

Slowly rains will increase and temperatures will decrease from tomorrow

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/nashik-soaked-as-991-mm-rainfall-in-9-hrs-pounds-district-116071000561_1.html  

 

 

 

 

Nashik soaked as 991 mm rainfall in 9 hrs pounds district

 

Incessant rains lashed Nashik district in North Maharashtra with 991 mm rainfall being recorded in just nine hours today, triggering flood in Godavari river and severely affecting normal life. 

In Old Nashik area, two persons were injured when wall of their old house collapsed due to heavy rains in afternoon.

 

The rains have been lashing Nashik since last morning. 

The meteorological department has predicted heavy showers in next 24 hours. 

In another incident today, ten people trapped inside a slum due to flood in Panchvati area were rescued in time. 

"991.2 mm rainfall was recorded today between 8 AM and 5 PM in the district, with Nashik city recording 132.4 mm, Igatpuri 124 mm, Dindori 110 mm, Trimbakeshwar 160 mm, Peth 82 mm, Sinnar 66 mm, Kalwan 75 mm, Niphad 49.2 mm, Chandvad 15 mm, Yeola 10 mm, Nandgaon 18 mm, Baglan 23 mm, Devla 37 mm," according to district Collector Office. 

Meanwhile, three cars parked on the banks of Godavari river in the city were swept away in flood, police said, adding that nobody was inside the cars when the mishap occurred. 

With the incessant rains in last 24 hours, Gangapur dam (with 5630 mcft capacity), the main source of drinking water for the city, is now filled 23 per cent. 

With Godavari river in spate, historic "Ramkund", which had dried up in May due to drought, started overflowing. 

In the city, water-logging was witnessed in many low-lying areas. 

As per an official statement, people living by riverside in Nashik have been asked to move to safer places. 

In Untwadi area of city, water level of Nasardi river rose, affecting vehicular traffic. 

Additional police and fire brigade personnel are deployed on the banks of the river as a precautionary measure. 

The disaster management machinery is on the standby even as control rooms at various talukas were asked to function round-the-clock.

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Good to see  

Warangal And Adilabad Districts Godavari flow is good this year

 

 

Yeturu Nagaram where telangana agitations are more Godavari flow is at peaks

 

Tomm afternoon or evening there is a good chance to increase godavari water in rajahmundri 

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:iagree:

 

Last 2 weeks nunchi padathane unnayi  :rain:

 

 

Normal rains padithe different and godavari catchment areas lo padatam different.

 

Now Main ga godavari Nashik nunchi motham catchement areas lo full rains padutunayi.

 

Till now telangana lo padina rains tho ne intha flood undi but inka maharastra flood valla inka valla dams fill kaledu  anduke SRSP ki flood inka low undi

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konkan lo padite manaki no use

 

Manaki ghat areas lo padaali

 

4th nundi start ayyai ghat areas lo last 3 days peak ki reach ayyay

 

KOnkon lo padina vatitho.. ikkada dams ninduthayi gaa.... vatiki flow vachindi ante... automatic gaa kindaki water vadalali gaa from Dams :thinking:

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KOnkon lo padina vatitho.. ikkada dams ninduthayi gaa.... vatiki flow vachindi ante... automatic gaa kindaki water vadalali gaa from Dams :thinking:

 

 

maharashtra mahabaleshwar ghats nunchi krishna main flow started from few days akada rains are there

 

From there main krishna flow will gets started

 

Dani nunchi water ne ippudu Almatti ki reaching now 82000+ cusecs flow undi

 

Like Mahesh said flow may gets increased in 2 days

 

KOnkon water won't reach krishna it flows other side

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