The water level in Jhelum crossed the risk mark at Sangam in south Kashmir from the get-go Thursday morning as most parts of the Valley were lashed by perpetual downpours since Wednesday.
A surge caution was sounded late on Wednesday night for Anantnag and Pulwama areas with the MeT division foreseeing more rains over the course of the following 48 hours in the area.
The water level at Sangam was 25.30 feet at 3 am, 2.30 feet over the risk check, a police authority said.
The waterway was streaming at 17.10 feet at Ram Munshibagh here, surrounding the risk characteristic of 19 feet..
The water level in Jhelum and its tributaries climbed strongly taking after substantial precipitation since Wednesday.
Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Asgar Samoon said,Divisional organization is booked to audit the circumstance at an early morning meeting..
He said some low lying ranges in south Kashmir have been immersed.
Individuals living in as around surge inclined regions in the two areas have been encouraged to move to more secure zones.