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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

today Mahableshwar has recorded 389mm 20 by 8:30 in the morning. Things are expected to be similar today as well with a few places to the Northeast of Mumbai, around the Nashik / Igatpuri region, getting extremely heavy rainfalls possibly triggering heavy inflow into rivers like Godavari. The Sahyadri ghat region running along the West Coast also could see heavy to very heavy rains in a few places.

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today Mahableshwar has recorded 389mm 20 by 8:30 in the morning. Things are expected to be similar today as well with a few places to the Northeast of Mumbai, around the Nashik / Igatpuri region, getting extremely heavy rainfalls possibly triggering heavy inflow into rivers like Godavari. The Sahyadri ghat region running along the West Coast also could see heavy to very heavy rains in a few places.

 

Mahableshwar where krishna river is born kada

 

Akada rains padithe Almatti ki reach avali ante 4-6 days padutundi ga

 

Entha flow except cheyochu for 389mm rainfall ki to Almatti??

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The Central Water Commission has forecast floods in Godavari and Krishna basins with heavy to very heavy rainfall likely over the next two days.

 

In an advisory forecast for flood in Godavari and Krishna basins issued on Tuesday at 1 p.m., the CWC has said that due to heavy to very heavy rains and isolated heavy rains for two more days in the catchments areas of these two basins in Maharashtra , the river levels are raising rapidly in the districts of Nashik, Ahmednagar, Pune, Satara, Sangli and Kolhapur districts.

 

Due to these rains, good flows are expected in Jaikwad dam in Aurangabad over the next 3 days.

 

In the case of Krishna river, the level in its upstream tributaries -- Panchganga, Dudhganga have been rising rapidly. The rain continues to lash Mahabaleshwar, in Satara district, where Krishna originates. Due to heavy rains, the water level is rapidly increasing along its course in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh up to the Srisailam dam.

 

This is because most of the upstream dams are already full and they are set to release water downstream .

 

The CWC has called for a strict vigil at all the reservoirs which are full such as Almatti and Narayanpur dams in Karnataka, Priyadarshini Jurala in Telangana, and the Srisailam dam in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh.

 

The Srisailam dam is expected to receive good inflows over the next 4-7 days.

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Rainfall in Mahabaleswar

 

Yesterday 389 mm

Today 206 mm

As per AccuWeather (Rainfall prediction)

Aug 3 - 85 mm

Aug 4 - 90 mm

Aug 5 - 121 mm

Aug 6 - 135 mm

Aug 7 - 64 mm

Aug 8 - 73 mm

Aug 9 - 74 mm

Aug 10 - 66 mm

 

To put things in perspective, here is the average rainfall predicted for AP over the next 7 days

 

Aug 3 - 9 mm

Aug 4 - 2.7 mm

Aug 5 - 2.9 mm

Aug 6 - 4.5 mm

Aug 7 - 4.8 mm

Aug 8 - 3.8 mm

Aug 9 - 1.8 mm

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Srisailam ki entha vastundi?

50 TMC possible?

 

Already srisailam is having 2-3tmc flow today. ee flow ki inko 10-15 tmc add avochu by sunday and monday ki 15-20tmc expecting

 

Total ga by 12th-15th 120+ tmc storage ki velochu srisailam.

 

100+ tmc expected.

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Enti e rains :o

 

Mahabaleshwar is key for whole krishna catchment areas

 

Ide chala common there

 

If rains padithe excess rains if not deficit rains 

 

This year good amount of rains. 

 

Already last monthe ilage 1 week rains padithe heavy floods vachi almatti fill ayindi. Now its turn for Srisailam

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Tungabadra catchment dry period :blink:

 

sriramsagar has more water then thungabadra :(

 

kurnool and anatapur ki TB water eppudu raavali ila vunte 

 

Tungabadra  normal ga 3 out of 5 years floods vastayi and from last 20 years krishna lo water rakuna max years Tungabadra  valla srisailam full ayedhi.

 

But Tungabadra  ki intha dry season when all rivers are flooding intha kana goram ekada chudaledu.

 

september kuda fill kadu ilane unte

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