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Victoria Falls / Big Tree

Flows at Victoria Falls have been fluctuating due to localised rainfall activities, closing the week under review at 211m3/s on 26th November 2018. Coincidentally, last year on the same date, the flow was also 211m3/s.  

Date Flow(m3/s)
20/11/2018163
21/11/2018163
22/11/2018160
23/11/2018204
24/11/2018204
25/11/2018201
26/11/2018211
From: 
Tuesday, November 20, 2018
To: 
Monday, November 26, 2018
Lake Levels Graphic: 
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Chavuma

Zambezi River flows at Chavuma continued to recede and closed the week under review at 42m3/s on 30th September 2019, while the flow observed last year on the same date was 90m3/s. The current flows are trending those of 1995/96 which is so far the lowest record in 50 years.

From:
24 September 2019
To:
30 September 2019
Date Flow(m3/s)
24/09/201947
25/09/201946
26/09/201944
27/09/201943
28/09/201943
29/09/201942
30/09/201942

Nana's Farm

Nana’s Farm Gauge Station is located about 33km upstream of Victoria Falls. The Zambezi River flows at this station are in recession, closing the week under review at 210m3/s on 30th September 2019. The flow observed on the same date last year was 391m3/s.

From:
24 September 2019
To:
30 September 2019
Date Flow(m3/s)
24/09/2019222
25/09/2019220
26/09/2019216
27/09/2019210
28/09/2019210
29/09/2019210
30/09/2019210

Ngonye

Flows at Ngonye have been decreasing during the week under review, closing the week at 177m3/s on 30th September 2019, while last year’s flow on the same date was 326m3/s.

 

From:
24 September 2019
To:
30 September 2019
Date Flow(m3/s)
24/09/2019190
25/09/2019188
26/09/2019184
27/09/2019182
28/09/2019178
29/09/2019177
30/09/2019177

Victoria Falls/Big Tree

Flows at Victoria Falls decreased during the week under review before closing at 174m3/s on 30th September 2019. Last year on the same date, the flow was 340m3/s.

From:
24 September 2019
To:
30 September 2019
Date Flow(m3/s)
24/09/20192192
25/09/2019189
26/09/2019186
27/09/2019183
28/09/2019180
29/09/2019177
30/09/2019174