Shuswap Lake still slowly rising, 2 parks closed says CSRD – Okanagan

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The water stage in Shuswap Lake rose one other 3.4 centimetres, the Columbia Shuswap Regional District (CSRD) mentioned on Tuesday.

According to the CSRD, the lake was at 348.610 metres at 6:30 a.m., up from 348.576 metres on Monday morning.

The regional district says lake ranges shall be posted every morning.

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Water stage in Shuswap Lake rising, regional district prompts emergency operations centre

It additionally famous that two regional parks have been closed as a consequence of rising water ranges.

The two parks are Sandy Beach Park in Blind Bay and Scotch Creek Wharf Road Community Park in Scotch Creek.

The regional district says the parks will reopen when water ranges drop to a protected stage. It additionally requests that folks keep out of the parks right now.

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‘It will continue rising for at least another week,’ emergency officers watching rising water ranges in Okanagan Lake


‘It will continue rising for at least another week,’ emergency officers watching rising water ranges in Okanagan Lake

Meanwhile, within the North Okanagan, the City of Enderby says the Shuswap River was at 4.79 metres (15.72 ft) on Tuesday and that it had a discharge price of 452 cubic metres.

That’s up barely from Monday’s measurements of 4.77 metres (15.65 ft) and 450 cubic metres per second.

The metropolis says mild rains are forecast for Tuesday afternoon, and that they’ll proceed all through Wednesday.

Closures stay in impact for Riverdale Drive plus the Kildonan boat launch and Tuey Park.

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