Bhubaneswar, Oct 16 (LocalWire): There is no flood threat after the past few days of heavy rainfall in Odisha as all major rivers are flowing below the danger level, authorities said today.
While the Mahanadi is flowing at 25.41 metres as opposed to the danger mark of 26.41 metres, the Brahmani and Baitarani were also well below their danger levels.
Vansadhara is flowing at 83 metres as opposed to its danger mark of 84 metres, Subarnarekha’s water level is at 48.32 metres as opposed to its danger level of 49.15 metres.
The Jalaka, Burbhabalanga, Devi and Kushabhadra rivers are also flowing well below their danger points.
Meanwhile, the Met centre at Bhubaneswar has said that the maximum rainfall in the past 24 hours occurred at Similiguda in Koraput (61.4 mm), the second maximum at Kotpad in Boudh (58 mm) and the third highest at Boudhgarh (43.2 mm).
Bhubaneswar recorded a rainfall of 7.8 mm and Cuttack recorded 7 mm in the last 24 hours.