DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY AND HYDROLOGY (MYANMAR)

 

(30.1.2023): According to the observations at (05:30)hrs MST today, theWell Marked Low Pressure Area over the Southeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining East Equatorial Indian Ocean still persists. It is likely to move West-Northwestwards and further intensify into a Depression over Southwest Bay of Bengal around during next (18)hrs and reach near Sri Lanka coast around (1.2.2023).Weather is cloudy over the Southwest Bay and Westcentral Bay of Bengal and a few cloud to partly cloudy over the Andaman Sea and elsewhere over the Bay of Bengal.

Flood Bulletin

Flood Bulletin

(Issued at 12:00 hrs M.S.T on 24-8-2020)

Flood condition of Chindwin River

   According to the (11:30) hrs M.S.T observation today, the water level of Chindwin River at Phaungpyin has exceeded by about (3½) feet above its danger level. It may fall below its danger level during the next (3) days.

   According to the (11:30) hrs M.S.T observation today, the water level of Chindwin River at Mawlaik has exceeded by about (3) feet above its danger level. It may fall below its danger level during the next (3) days.

   According to the (11:30) hrs M.S.T observation today, the water level of Chindwin River at Kalewa has exceeded by about (1½) feet above its danger level. It may fall below its danger level during the next (1) day.

   According to the (11:30) hrs M.S.T observation today, the water level of Chindwin River at Mingin has exceeded by about (2) feet above its danger level. It may fall below its danger level during the next (2) days.

   According to the (11:30) hrs M.S.T observation today, the water level of Chindwin River at Monywa has exceeded by about (1) foot above its danger level. It may remain above its danger level during the next (2) days.                                                                                

Flood condition of Thanlwin River

   According to the (11:30) hrs M.S.T observation today, the water level of Thanlwin River at Hpasawng has exceeded by about (4½) feet above its danger level. It may fall below its danger level during the next (2) days.

   According to the (11:30) hrs M.S.T observation today, the water level of Thanlwin River at Hpaan has exceeded by about (3) feet above its danger level. It may continue to rise from the present water level by about (3) feet during the next (2) days and may remain above its danger level.

Advisory

   It is especially advertised to the people who settle near the river banks and low lying areas in Monywa and Hpaan Townships to take precaution measure.