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"Suna": The rise in the level of the Nile in Khartoum to 17.27 meters


Today, Khartoum recorded 17.27 meters less than the highest recorded level by 39 cm, while Shendi recorded 18.07 meters less than the highest recorded level by 37 cm, according to the daily statement of the Flood Committee.


The revenue was recorded today at the Sudanese-Ethiopian border, the Blue Nile 540 million cubic meters, which is less than the flood rate, while the Atbara River recorded 272 million cubic meters and the White Nile 138 million cubic meters.


The statement expected a decrease in water discharge at the Roseires reservoir by 15 million cubic meters to 502 million cubic meters compared to 517 million cubic meters yesterday, and a decrease in the level in Sennar by 4 million cubic meters to 553 million cubic meters compared to 556 million cubic meters yesterday, and in Jabal Al-Awliya it rose Revenue increased by 3 million cubic meters to reach 138 million cubic meters, compared to 135 million cubic meters yesterday, and the level in Meroe rose by 34 million cubic meters, 683 million cubic meters, compared to 649 million meters yesterday.



The statement predicted a decrease in the level of the Nile, tomorrow, Saturday, by 12 cm in Wad El-Eis, to record 16.20 meters, where it recorded today 16.33 meters, and the level is expected to stabilize in Wad Madani at 19.53 meters. Likewise, the level is expected to rise in Shendi at a rate of 1 cm to record 18.08 meters, where it recorded today 18.07 meters, and the level is expected to stabilize at 15.70 meters, while the level is expected to rise in the city of Dongola by 13 cm to record 14.47 and it was recorded today 14.59 meters.


The committee decided to reduce the discharges behind the Roseires dam to be in the range of 450 million cubic meters per day until further notice, as well as to continue storage in the dam complex of Upper Atbara, Setit and Khashm El-Girba reservoir.


The committee confirmed that the water level in the Meroe - Dongola sectors increased by 12 cm and Atbara - Meroe at a rate of 18 cm.


The statement appealed to citizens in all sectors to take the necessary precautions.

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