#ThreeGorgesDam "still not on the Yellow River" edition. #TGD Reservoir at 151m (flood control 145-150m), high from last week's rains upstream but will lower from normal discharges this week. Upstream Chongquing, downstream Wuhan normal for season. China flooding in the news...
referred to an area just south of the Yellow River roughly between Luoyang and Zhengzhou. Initial reports were of Luoyang's 'Yihetan Dam' in danger of breaking. Many articles had dramatic file pictures of unrelated Xiaolangdi Dam (Yellow River) doing its annual sediment flushing.
Xiaolangdi flows about 5.5k m³/sec in the pictured flushing. Compare with #TGD's current 30k m³/sec 'normal' summer release. As far as I know, Xiaolangdi started flushing at the beginning of July this year and has finished. Reported flows are ~2.5k m³/sec now. The nearby city...
of Luoyang was flooding yesterday, but this seems to have been through other rivers flowing through the city - specifically the Yi River. Articles seem to have mistranslated 伊河滩 which is more like 'Yi river bank' or 'Yi river section'. There are several dams and barrages..
on the Yi inside Luoyang so not really sure if the military was warning that the banks/levees could collapse or if there was a dam somewhere inside the city. In any case, no collapse, but water was high enough to flood the city. Not as bad as #Zhengzhou, where rivers and...
reservoirs just southwest of the city were hit with the same torrential rains. The +500mm rain over three hours is what the area normally gets in an entire year. Those local rains subsided but areas north of Zhengzhou will be hit this week.windy.com/-Rain-accumula…
Ten-day ECMWF models ('guess') show typhoon rains reaching lower Yangtze and poor Anhui farms, but not #ThreeGorgesDam. Seasonal rains upstream of Chongquing. Yellow River/Zhengzhou area looks OK, but accumulation in areas to the north.
Xinxiang (north of Zhengzhou) last night: 327.2 mm during the storm.

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