Heavy rain in Cauvery catchment areas! Okanagan water flow increases to 2500 cubic feet per second!

Heavy rain in Cauvery catchment areas Okanagan water flow increases

Okanagan Cauvery River:

The flow of water in Dharmapuri Okenakal Kaveri river which was 1500 cubic feet per second yesterday evening has now increased to 2500 cubic feet per second.

Okenakal is located near Bennagaram in Dharmapuri district. This is where the river Cauvery falls into the sprawling Okanagan Falls.

A wave of tourists:

Okanagan is a popular tourist destination. Thousands of tourists visit here for boating and enjoying fish food. Especially during the Okanagan season, there is a rush of tourists here.

Incessant rains in Cauvery catchment areas:

In this situation, due to the scorching summer heat for the past few days, there was no rain in the Cauvery catchment areas and the water flow to Okanagan has completely reduced.

Increase in flow to the Okanagan:

Due to lack of water in Kaveri river, boating also stopped and tourist arrival decreased. In this situation, because of the onset of summer rains in the Cauvery catchment areas and Tamil Nadu, the flow of water to Okanagan has increased.

The flow of water in Okanagan Cauvery river has increased to 2500 cubic feet per second, which was 1500 cubic feet yesterday evening. It is also predicted that due to continuous heavy rains in the Cauvery catchment areas, the water flow is likely to increase.

Auto Draft-oneindia news

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here