Water levels near Jēkabpils stabilize

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Since January 14, the water level in the Daugava at Jēkabpils has decreased by 3.65 meters, and it has now stabilized, according to data from the Latvian Environment, Geology and Meteorology Center.

Water levels slightly rise in the river due to melting ice, but this will not pose a flood threat.

Water levels in Kurzeme's rivers are mainly declining, water levels fluctuate slightly in the Zemgale rivers and are still rising in the eastern part of the country.

With cooler and drier weather, water levels are expected to fall in all rivers next week, only to increase at certain stages of the rivers when ice is formed.

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