Posted: Wednesday, November 17, 2021. 4:20 pm CST.
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: The river levels around the country are mostly normal except in the Moho River and Temash rivers in Toledo, said the National Hydrological Service in Wednesday’s Flood Report and Forecast.
According to the November 17 Flood Report, in Toledo the Moho River at Blue Creek South and at Jordan is above normal and increasing minimally while the Temash at Crique Sarco is above normal and decreasing slowly. The forecast for both rivers said the above normal levels are expected to continue.
Meanwhile, in Benque Viejo del Carmen, the Mopan River levels are normal but increasing steadily. The forecast said, “above normal and steady levels are expected”.
The Belize River at Double Run is “below normal and minimally increasing” while the Sibun at Freetown Sibun has levels that “are near normal and minimally increasing”.
The report also said the levels at the watersheds on the east side of the Maya Mountains and at the Sittee River at the Kendal Bridge “are above normal and steady”. These above normal levels are expected to continue.