Friday, July 23, 2010

Karnataka Reservoirs filling up following heavy rains

The night-long rain in the catchment area increased the inflow of water into Linganamakki reservoir, raising the level by two feet. As per the recordings on Wednesday morning, the water level at Linganamakki reservoir stood to 1763.50 feet and there was an inflow of 26,146 cusec of water.

Rain continued for the third consecutive day in Hosanagara, Tirthahalli and Sagar taluks. A total of 115 mm of rain was recorded at Hulikal (wettest place in south India) , 118 mm each at Mani reservoir region and Yediyur, 130.2 mm at Agumbe and 32.2 mm at Tirthahalli. Water level at Mani reservoir rose to 564.04 metres. There was continuous drizzle in Sorab, Shimoga and Bhadravathi. Reports said most parts of Kodagu have been receiving good rains. There was a let up for sometime in Bhagamandala area. Following good rains in catchment areas inflow into Harangi reservoir stood at 2,521 cusec

Source: Deccan Herald

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