According to the Flood Control Room (FCR), the water level at Sukkur Barrage rapidly going down and has dropped by 63,000 cusecs within last 24 hours duration.
Indus has been in low flood at Guddu and Kotri barrages, while in medium flood turning to low flood at Sukkur barrages, according to the water record.
Inflow of water in Indus at Sukkur barrage measured today at 4,83,400 cusecs and outflow at 4,40,440 cusecs, according to the water record.
The outflow of the river at Guddu has been measured at 540,700 cusecs according to the report. The inflow in Indus could be between 530,000 to 565,000 cusecs in next 24 hours.
The inflow of water in Indus has reached to 5,50,000 cusecs at Guddu Barrage and the water level continuously rising at the point, according to the water record.
With continuous surge in Indus water, the river is presently in medium flood at Sukkur Barrage, according to the department.
River Indus is expected in high flood level at Sukkur Barrage between nine to 10 September, the irrigation department said.
According to the water data released by Sindh irrigation department the water level at Guddu Barrage and Sukkur Barrage surged by 13,000 and 2000 cusecs respectively in past 24 hours.
The water level on the rise at Guddu Barrage after flood water from Kot Mithan in Punjab is entering in Indus here, according to the flood control room record.