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2022 Belg Assessment and coming Kiremt Hydromet Bulletin


Seasonal Hydro-meteorlogical Print PDF

Among Kiremt rain benefiting catchment during June, except for some parts of upper Tekeze, Lower awash, upper Wabishebele, and eastern Abay catchments, the rest will be experienced wet to humid moisture conditions. From July to September all kiremt benefiting catchments will remain under wet condition. All reservoirs and dams will have a better chance to capture enough water in this Kiremt 2022 season. The occurrence of heavy fall is significant across many portions of Kiremt moisture benefiting basins. Due to this excess rainfall will be expected over most parts of Kiremt moisture satisfying catchments. As a result, the probability of flood, flash flood, rivers overflow, and landslides are expected places of flood prone areas and rugged places of the country respectively. Sectors involving water development and early warning activities should be aware and prepared to protect against the adverse effect of intensive rainfall during this season.

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