Flood situation deteriorated further in low-lying areas
Nine rivers, including the Padma, were flowing above their flood level on Tuesday, further increased what to further deterioration of the situation flood in the low-lying areas along its banks Wednesdays.
The flood situation in Munshiganj, Madaripur, Faridpur, Jessore, Satkhira, Kushtia, Tongi, Sunamganj, Netrokona and Sherpur is likely deteriorate further until Thursday morning, said the Bangladesh Water Development Board flood forecasting and warning centre.
The Padma Tongi Khal, Gorai, Bhugai, Kobadak, Jadukata, Arial were Khan, Someswari, Surma and Kangsha at 6:00 am Wednesday above the level of the flood flows.
The monitoring stations 73 water level 60 recorded rises and falls 11 recorded during 2 found that the water level had the same remained, said the Center, add that flood situation in 6 districts likely deteriorate further on Thursday.
The water level in the Brahmaputra and Ganges River is added Centre expected to be until today morning rise.
The Padma increased by 6 inches and was flowing 10 cm above the level on Wednesday morning flood Centre said.
Tongi-Khal also rose by 6 cm and was 16 inches above the level of flood on Tongi flows.
The Gorai swelled more 15 cm in 24 hours and was at 6:00 pm on Wednesday 21 cm mark of the Kamarkhali flood flows.
The Bhugai continue to swell due to the rain and was 240 cm above the level of flood on Nakuagaon flows.
The Someshwari also rose by 24 cm and on Wednesday morning, was 94 cm flows over the danger mark in Durgapur.
Surma in Sunamganj also swelled in 24 hours and flowing 23 cm above the flood level was more 9 cm, the flood Centre said forecast and warning.
The water level of the River strongly spilled on Jhikargachha went Kobadak by 3 cm in 24 hours and was at 6:00 am on Wednesday, 84 cm height of its flood flows.
The Arial Khan water level remained stable and was 18 cm on the flood level in Madaripur flows.
Significant amounts of precipitation Bazaar (195 mm), Mandarin (162 mm), Nakuagaon (150 mm), Panchagarh (137.5 mm), Kaunia (121 mm), Sunamganj (120 mm), Lorergarh (120 mm), Comilla (109 mm), Rajshahi (99 mm), Habiganj (95 mm), Sirajganj (89.4 mm), Pabna (88 mm), Kushtia (at 86.2 mm), Jamalpur (78 mm), Satkhira (75 mm) and Mymensingh were recorded in 24 hours (ending at 6:00 am on Wednesday) in the Bhairab (72.3 mm).