Lake Manitoba update: Sept. 6, 2017

The hydrometric gauges are back online after a prolonged outage. The dry weather continues and levels and flows continue to fall. Lake Manitoba has fallen to 812.66 feet and is now approaching the top end of its operating range (812.5 feet). Outflow at Fairford has fallen with the lake level, currently registering 8,935 cfs. Lake Winnipegosis fell to 833.23 feet and flow on the Waterhen River is down to 8,476 cfs. Lake St. Martin fell further this week and now sits at 802.56 feet. Flow on the Assiniboine is  533 cfs at Holland; there is an odd gauge reading at Headingly (1,031 cfs). That may be a gauge error

River update
Time: 7:30 AM September 6, 2017
Portage Diversion: closed
Assiniboine at Holland: 533 cfs
Assiniboine at Headingly: 1,031 cfs
Waterhen: 8,476 cfs
Whitemud: gauge offline
Fairford: 8,935 cfs
 
Lake update
Time: 7:30 AM September 6, 2017
Steep Rock: 812.50 ft
Westbourne: 812.83 ft
Mean level Lake Manitoba: 812.66 ft
Lake Manitoba desired operating range: 810.5 to 812.5 ft
Lake St. Martin: 802.56 ft
Lake St. Martin desired operating range: 797.0 to 800.0 ft
Lake Winnipegosis: 833.23 ft
Shellmouth Reservoir: 1402.53 ft

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