Flood Bulletin No 2 November 1, 2022
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FLOOD BULLETIN No 2
November 1, 2022 at12 pm
The National Hydrological Service hereby updates the public on river conditions in the country and issues the following:
Tropical Storm Lisa
REGION 7 & 9
No significant change over the next 24–36 hours on the RIO HONDO, NEW RIVER, the MACAL, MOPAN RIVERS and the BELIZE RIVER, as the Chalillo, Mollejon and Vaca Resrevoirs are expected to exceed its spillway, and on the CROOKED TREE LAGOON, river conditions are expected to increase as TS Lisa approaches the country.
Conditions on the SIBUN RIVER and the SOUTHERN LAGOON are expected to increase over the next 24 hours with the approach of TS LISA. In watersheds on the EASTERN SLOPES OF THE MAYAN MOUNTAINS, and on the SITTEE RIVER, the MONKEY RIVER, the DEEP RIVER, and the RIO GRANDE, expect river conditions to increase in the next 24 hrs as TS Lisa approaches the country. With the approach of TS Lisa, THE POSSIBILITY OF FLASH FLOODING is likely in the MOHO, and TEMASH RIVER watersheds.
River conditions in the SARSTOON RIVER watershed are excepted to increase with the approach of TS Lisa.
The next Bulletin will be issued as necessary