Jordan | Ministry of Water and Irrigation: 4.3 million cubic meters entered the dams from the depression

2023-12-06 2023-12-06T09:09:26Z
ندى ماهر عبدربه
ندى ماهر عبدربه
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Arabia Weather - Ministry of Water and Irrigation: 4.3 million m3 entered the dams from the depression.

The Ministry of Water and Irrigation - Jordan Valley Authority said that the rain and valley flow that entered the dams until Wednesday morning from the low air amounted to about 4.3 million cubic meters, raising the total storage in the 15 main dams to 76 million cubic meters, with a total storage rate of 26% of Its storage capacity amounts to 288,128 million m3.
Regarding the rainfall rate, she explained that the rate rose to 24.2% of the long-term annual average, and the highest rainfall recorded in Zarqa within 24 hours reached 27.4 mm.
The governorates recorded precipitation amounting to 13.7 mm in Amman, 10.9 mm in Balqa, 15.3 mm in Madaba, 13.2 mm in Zarqa, 9.1 mm in Jerash, 10.6 mm in Mafraq, 10.2 mm in Irbid, and 10 in Ajloun. 7 mm, Karak 8 mm, Tafila 5.1 mm, Maan 1.7 mm, Aqaba 0.9 mm.

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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