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Water level rises rapidly in the rivers of Primorye

Water level rises rapidly in the rivers of Primorye
Photo: primgidromet.ru

In Primorsky Krai, flood events unusual for this period of the year are observed. There is an intensive rise in water, especially in the rivers of the Ussuri basin. The most difficult situation is on the Malinovka River, where the level has already risen by 2,6 meters.

According to Primhydromet, the alternation of floods with superimposed waves of rising water contributes to an increase in the duration of high water content and flood periods of floodplains. Water on the rivers of the central and northern regions of the region rose from 0,6 to 1,8 m, on the rivers of the basin of the Sea of ​​Japan and Lake Khanka - up to 0,7 m.

In the Dalnerechensky district on the Malinovka River, the flood was delayed. The floodplain of the river is flooded, as well as the territories adjacent to it on which economic facilities are located.

In the next day, a level decline is expected in the upper river, in the middle course it will reach its maximum on June 24, and in the lower reaches near the village of Vedenka on July 27. For the remaining rivers, water rise is expected within 0,2 - 0,7 m during the period from June 24 to 28.

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