DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY AND HYDROLOGY (MYANMAR)

 

25-6-2024:Monsoon is strong to vigorous over the Andaman Sea and  South Bay  and moderate  elsewhere over the Bay of Bengal.

 

Monthly water level forecast

Monthly water level forecast of June, 2020

(Issued on 28.5.2020)

During the months of June, the water levels may rise about (10-12) feet at Myitkyina, Bhamo, Shwegu and  Katha, and about (8-10) feet at Thabeikkyin, Mandalay, Sagaing, Myinmu, Pakokku, NyaungOo, Chauk, Minbu, Magway, Aunglan, Pyay, Seiktha, Hinthada and Zalun of Ayeyarwady River.

The water levels may rise about (13-15) feet at Hkamti, Homalin and Phaungpyin, and about (10-12) feet at Mawlaik, Kalewa, Minkin, Kani and Monywa of Chindwin River.

The water levels may rise about (4-6) feet at Kalay of Myittha River, about (2-3) feet at Hsipaw and about (6-9) feet at Shwesayan and Myitnge of Dokhtawady River,  about (5-7) feet at Taungoo and Madauk of Sittaung River, about (3-5) feet at Shwegyin of Shwegyin River, about (6-8) feet at Zaungtu and Bago of Bago River, about (5-7) feet at Hpa-an of Thanlwin River,  about (3-5) feet at Myawady of Thaungyin River, about (9-12) feet at Ngathaingchaung and about (3-5) feet at Thabaung and Pathein of Ngawun River, about (2-4) feet at Maubin of Toe River, about (6-9) feet at Paletwa and Kyauktaw of the Kaletan River, about (5-7) feet at MyaukU of Laymyo River, and about (8-10) feet at Bilin of Bilin River.