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MYANMAR: Rainfall and river level forecast (as of 4 Aug)

Forecasted river levels (4 Aug)


below danger level

INDIA

near danger level

Hkamti

KACHIN

above danger level

Myitkyina

More
people

Less
people

The Myanmar Department of Meteorology and


Hydrology provides near-daily updates on the
actual and forecasted water level in the major
rivers of Myanmar. The forecasted levels for 4
August show a mixed picture. In the far north,
water levels remain high, but are lower in much
of the central plains. In the heavily populated
areas of Bago, Ayeyarwaddy, and Yangon,
water levels vary.

Sinbo

Homalin

CHINA

Shwe Pyi Aye


Katha
Bhamo

SAGAING
Mawlaik

3 million people

Over
live in
townships, downstream from river monitoring
stations where the water level is above the
danger level. This level, established by the
Dept. of Meteorology and Hydrology is the level
beyond which, rivers may no longer be able to
contain the water, and flooding is likely.

Kalewa
Mingin

Hsipaw

Monywa
Myitnge

BANGLADESH

CHIN

Sagaing

Amarapura

Pakokku

MANDALAY

Nyaung-U
Bagan

Saku

Minbu
Magway

RAKHINE

AST

SHAN

Chauk

MAGWAY

NAYPYITAW

Aunglan

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KAYAH

Kaytumati

Value
Heavy
Rain
High : 5000

Taungoo

Pyay
Low : Rain
0
Light

BAGO
THAILAND

Madauk
Shwegyin

Hinthada
Yegyi
Zalun
Ngwesaung

Bago

KAYIN

Shwethaungyan

AYEYARWADY
Pathein

YANGON

Hpa-An

SAGAING

MON

KAYIN

SHAN NORTH

YANGON

AYEYARWADY
MANDALAY

MON

The 7 day forecast from NASAs TRMM


(Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission)
predicts moderate rainfall over Rakhine
and Mon states. (as of 6 Aug)

The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

Creation date: 6Aug 2015 Glide number: FL-2015-000089-MMR Sources: Dept. Meteorology and Hydrology, TRMM, PDC, UNICEF, Landscan, MIMU