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Yamuna water level crosses warning mark in Delhi, likely to rise further

New Delhi, September 26

The water level in the Yamuna here breached the warning mark of 204.5 metres on Monday following heavy rain in the upper catchment areas and is expected to rise further in the next two days, officials said.

The Delhi flood control room said the water level crossed the warning mark at 1am on Monday and rose to 204.7 by 8am.

It reported a discharge rate of 2,95,212 cusecs at 6am from the Hathnikund barrage in Haryana, which is the highest so far this monsoon season. The flow rate was 2,57,970 at 7am.

One cusec is equivalent to 28.32 litres per second.

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