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November 28 Flood updates from Manitoba Infrastructure and Parks Branch

Posted on: November 29, 2019  |  

Most the measuring devices are iced in but Manitoba Infrastructure was able to provide updates for Falcon, Caddy and West Hawk Lakes.

 

Below is an updated version of Caddy/West Hawk levels on the same plot showing how they are being drawn down in unison.  Manitoba Infrastructure noted that they pulled a log  out of the at West Hawk Dam on Nov. 10.  It was the 4 th log they have pulled since Oct. 25.

Note that the winter target levels are as follows:

Caddy = 1044.00 ft

West Hawk = 1090.25 ft

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