The main feature of the Caspian, as an endless reservoir, is instability and a large range of long-term fluctuations in its level. This most important hydrological feature of the Caspian Sea has a significant impact on all of its other hydrological characteristics. RSE "Kazhydromet" makes a weekly forecast of the Caspian Sea level.
In the northern part of the Caspian Sea, level fluctuations are expected around minus 28.08 m with a rise to a maximum mark of minus 27.74 m and a decline to a minimum mark of minus 28.38 m.
In the middle part of the Caspian Sea, sea level fluctuations are expected around minus 28.20 m with a rise to a maximum mark of minus 27.81 m and a decline to a minimum mark of minus 28.72 m.
The actual state of the water surface of the Caspian Sea for the period from October 22-28, 2020 corresponds to the previous weekly forecast.
The visual coastline of the largest enclosed body of water is presented in the satellite image for October 27, 2020. A snapshot of the NASA project.
All information on the Caspian Sea is presented on the website of the RSE "Kazhydromet" https://www.kazhydromet.kz/kaspiyskoe-more/ezhenedelnyy-obzor-sostoyaniya-poverhnosti-kaspiyskogo-morya