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Flooding Update - April 27th, 2014

2014-04-28


Otonabee Region Conservation Authority (ORCA) - Flooding Update as of April 27th, 2014.

FLOOD SITUATION for PAST 24-HOURS: Lower Buckhorn and Lovesick Lakes stabilized in the last 24-hours, while Buckhorn, Pigeon, Chemong, Stony, Clear and Katchewanooka Lakes dropped 2 to 3 centimeters. As a result of declining water levels on Stony, Clear and Katchewanooka Lakes, the Otonabee River and Little Lake also experienced a decline in water levels, yesterday, of between 5 and 6 centimeters. Rice Lake dropped slightly.

FLOOD SITUATION for NEXT 24-HOURS: Changes in water levels over the next 24-hours will be in keeping with changes seen during the past 24-hours. That is, the Tri-Lakes will continue dropping over the next 24-hours, while Lower Buckhorn and Lovesick Lakes will remain flat. Stony, Clear, and Katchewanooka Lakes, as well as the Otonabee River will continue dropping. Rice Lake and the Trent River to Hastings will continue dropping, albeit only slightly.. For the update regarding the Tri-Lakes, please click here

For the Ministry of Natural Resources - Peterborough District - Flooding Update as of April 23rd, 2014, please click here.

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