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Flood Situation In Sylhet May Improve Slowly: FFWC

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Flood Forecasting and Warning Centre on Sunday in a regular bulletin said that the flood situation in the low-lying areas of Sylhet district of the north-eastern part of the country may improve slowly in the next 24 hours to 72 hours. 

The water level of the Surma is in steady state while Bhugai-Kangsha rivers are in rising trend and the water levels of the other major rivers of the region are in falling trend.

According to information from meteorological organizations, medium to heavy rainfall is expected over the Northern, North-eastern and adjoining parts of the country in the next 72 hours, it said.

As a result, the water level of rivers in the north-eastern region of the country may fall slowly in the next 24 hours, said FFWC.

The Brahmaputra-Jamuna Rivers are in rising trend, which may continue in next 72 hours while the Ganges river is in steady state while the Padma river is in rising trend, which may continue in the next 72 hours, said the bulletin._UNB

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