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After slowly declining since late July following a dry summer, Osoyoos Lake level reached the targeted winter operational elevation of between 909.45 to 909.55 feet in early December according to the Washington State Department of Ecology, which owns and operates Zosel Dam. Lake level is anticipated...
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On November 15th, discharge of the Similkameen River began to increase rapidly. This was due in part to the landfall of a Category 5 atmospheric river causing heavy, sustained rainfall and rising temperatures resulting in additional runoff from snowmelt. A flood warning for the Similkameen River was...
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Osoyoos Lake level reached the summer target elevation of 911.70 feet in late May, then crested to 911.82 feet (277.923 m) on June 15, below the maximum allowable International Joint Commission (IJC) Order of Approval rule curve of 912.0 feet.
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In compliance with the terms of the International Joint Commission (IJC) water management Order for Osoyoos Lake implemented by the International Osoyoos Lake Board of Control (http://www.ijc.org/en_/iolbc), the gates at Zosel Dam have been fully open since March 26 to allow for maximum outflow from...
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The level of Osoyoos Lake has been rising since late April when increasingly warm temperatures began to melt the Okanagan River basin’s deep snowpack, which exceeded 150 percent of normal. Snowmelt has also contributed to high water levels in reservoirs upstream of Osoyoos Lake including Okanagan...
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