On Tuesday, the Sudanese capital Khartoum recorded the lowest flood level since the start of the current rainy season 2021.
On Tuesday, Khartoum recorded the lowest flood level since the start of the current rainy season.
Sudan has been suffering in recent years from frequent floods due to significantly high levels of rainfall.
The levels of the Nile in Khartoum were 17.00 meters, lower than the highest recorded level by 66 cm.
The level is expected to decrease in the capital, on Wednesday, by an average of 2 cm.
On the other hand, Shendi city recorded 18.09 meters below the highest level recorded by 35 centimeters.
The Dinder River, which originates from the Ethiopian plateau, is still recording record rates and a cause for concern.
The Dinder River in al-Quissi recorded 14.12 meters above the flood level by 62 centimeters.
The Blue Nile volume at the Sudanese-Ethiopian border was 558 million cubic meters per day, less than the recorded flood rates.
Atbara River recorded 212 million cubic meters per day and the White Nile 135 million cubic meters per day.
The statement expects that the water discharge at al-Roseires reservoir would rise from 3 million cubic meters to 452 million cubic meters on Tuesday, compared to 455 million cubic meters on Monday.
The levels in Sennar decreased from 6 million cubic meters to 455 million cubic meters on Tuesday, compared to 461 million cubic meters on Monday.
In Jabal Awlia, revenue is expected to rise by 7 million cubic meters, to reach 141 million cubic meters today, compared to 134 million cubic meters on Monday.
The Flood Committee of the Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources in Sudan predicts that the Nile levels in the capital, Khartoum, will continue to decline in the coming days.