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2022 HYdromet and flood monitoring Bulletin


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Expected weather impact on water resources during the coming month of September 2022 In the coming month of September 2022, Better moisture brings meteorological phenomena gradually shifting towards the north-western, western, and central parts of the country. According to this, the performance of moisture will be in better condition across the above-mentioned river basins. In line with this across most parts of Abay, Tekeze, BaroAkobo, Awash, upper and middle Omogibe, Rift valley and Upper high ground of GenaleDawa catchments will be expected wet to excessive moisture conditions. In addition to this, lower awash, some parts of upper and middle Wabishebele, GenaleDawa, middle and lower Omogibe as well as upper AfariDenakel catchments will be anticipated humid to wet moisture conditions. Due to excessive moisture: flash floods, river floods, and landslides are expected especially over most flood prone areas and rugged places of the basins. Due to this around water Dams, reservoirs and flooded plane areas should take continuous awareness to protect the adverse weather effects. Heavy fall is expected over Abay, Tekeze, BaroAkobo, and Awash, upper and middle Omogibe, Rift valley, and Upper high ground of GenaleDawa catchments. The soil and groundwater get saturated especially over kiremt benefiting catchments. Therefore, Authorities and the public in these areas are advised to take appropriate measures to protect lives and livelihoods. Reservoirs and dams found in the south and the south-eastern high ground of the Basins will have less probability to capture water in the coming Bega, 2022 season. Sectors involving water development and early warning activities should be aware and prepared to manage and utilize this seasonal water resource properly.

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