Update as of June 26
The average level of the lower pool near the Dnipro Dam is 12.88 m BS.
According to the Ukrainian Hydromedical Center, the water level at the Kherson post as of 8:00 a.m. on June 26 is 0.33 m BS. At the level of Kherson, the river has returned to the pre-detonation water level.
The Kakhovka reservoir has become catastrophically shallow after flooding caused by the Russian occupiers' explosion of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station. The Dnipro returned to its old channel, and in some places, it is just a stream.
Ukrhydroenergo and the design institute are working on a project to build temporary water retaining structures (bridges) at the Kakhovka reservoir in the upper and lower beaches after de-occupation. It will help solve the problem of water supply in four regions of Ukraine and Crimea, as well as return maneuvering capacities to regulate peak loads, including solar and wind power plants in Kherson and Mykolaiv regions.