Ice drift on Lena River in Yakutia has moved 110 km per day
Yakutia 24 TV channel: The ice drift on the Lena River has moved 110 kilometers in the republic over the past 24 hours.
The lower edge of the ice drift is observed 10 kilometers below the settlement of Turukt of the Lensky district (110 kilometers below Lensk, 297 kilometers to Olekminsk, 2555 kilometers to the mouth).
The water level is 345 centimeters at a critical mark of 850 centimeters, there is a thick ice drift. The upper edge of the ice drift is observed 10 kilometers below Lensk (2655 km to the mouth), the water level is 1002 centimeters (+136 per day) at a critical mark of 1410 centimeters (taking into account the dam 1760), a rare ice drift. The length of the ice drift is 100 kilometers.