In Tyumen, the water level in the Tura River began to rise again and reached -84 cm above the gauging station zero. This is reported on the Allrivers service website. In three days, the water level rose by four centimeters.
“The water level in the Tura River, according to the gauging station located in Tyumen, is -84 cm above the station zero. Over the past 24 hours, the level has increased by 2 cm,” stated on the service’s website.
Earlier, URA.RU wrote that the water level in Tura reached its minimum value over the last month, amounting to -88 centimeters. The water was last below this mark on October 2 (-89 cm), and the historical minimum was recorded on October 1 (-95 cm).