In Ulan-Ude, the water level in Selenga rises daily by 10-15 centimeters

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The water level in the Selenga River in Ulan-Ude rises daily by 10-15 centimeters, but this does not pose a danger yet. According to the city’s operational services, today the level of the Selenga is 131 centimeters – in a day it has grown by 13 centimeters.

At the same time, you should start worrying when the level in the main river reaches 230 centimeters, at which water flows out to the floodplain and floods nearby buildings. The critical level is 330 centimeters.

The level of the Uda River is 91 centimeters today (plus 1 over the past day). Its critical level is 400 centimeters.

Note that on this date in 2019, the Selenga level was 160 sentiments, and Uda – 119.

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