PESHAWAR: The Tarbela, Mangla, and Chashma river inflow and outflow positions, as well as the levels of the reservoirs and the barrages, have all been released by the Water & Power Development Authority (WAPDA).
The inflows and outflows of the River Indus at Tarbela were 28,900 cusecs and 45,000 cusecs, while those of the River Kabul at Nowshera will remain 13,300 cusecs and 13,300 cusecs, according to a WAPDA spokeswoman.
At the Khairabad Bridge, the River Kabul had inflows of 17,600 cusecs and outflows of 17,600 cusecs, the Jhelum had 14,800 cusecs of inflows and 35,000 cusecs of outflows, and the Chenab had 11,700 cusecs of inflows and 4,800 cusecs of outflows.
In Chashma, inflows and outflows were 61,400 cusecs and 55,000 cusecs, compared to 59,900 cusecs and 53,400 cusecs for Jinnah Barrage.
Taunsa, Guddu, and Sukkur all have inflows calculated of 57,800 cusecs and outflows of 41,100 cusecs respectively (inflows 32,000 cusecs and outflows 9,400 cusecs) Inflows into Kotri were 31,300 cusecs, outflows were 15,500 cusecs, inflows into Trimmu were 13,900 cusecs, outflows were 1,400 cusecs, and inflows into Panjnad were 4,600 cusecs, outflows were zero cusecs.
Live storage today was 4.336 million acre-feet in Tarbela, where the minimum working level is 1,398 feet and the maximum conservation level is 1,550 feet (MAF).
Mangla: Live storage now is 1.822 MAF, minimum operational level 1,050 feet, present level 1151.15 feet, and maximum conservation level 1,242 feet.
Chashma: Live storage now is at 0.105 MAF, minimum operational level 638.15 feet, present level 644.20 feet, and maximum conservation level 649 feet.
While the other flows were measured at 6:00 a.m., the inflows and outflows of the River Indus at Tarbela, Jinnah, and Chashma, the River Kabul at Nowshera, and the River Jhelum at Mangla have been recorded as mean flows of 24 hours.