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May 16, 2020 2020 – 2 SPECIAL ADVISORY: POSSIBLE HIGH DUNCAN RIVER FLOWS AT THE LARDEAU CONFLUENCE
Lardeau at Marblehead (MHD)
Duncan River at the Lardeau Junction (LDR)
The following information is provided to those who have expressed an interest in the reservoir level and discharge rate at Duncan Dam. Please note that this forecast is subject to change if there are significant changes in the projected weather pattern.
The flows on the Duncan River at the Lardeau Confluence (DRL) are currently at approximately 240 m3/s (8,500 cfs). We expect flows to continue to increase over the next several days due to increasing snowmelts.
Depending on the Lardeau River discharge, flows at DRL could potentially reach 350 m3/s (12,400 cfs) by Monday, May 18.
We will be reducing flows from Duncan Reservoir to manage these potential high flows. For current reservoir levels and discharge information, please visit BC Hydro’s website at bchydro.com in the search bar type in Lardeau, a list of all the matches will appear, scroll down to the 2nd one DLR and your will be on your way to find the info needed.
For additional information, or if you do not have access to the internet, please call 1-877-924-2444.
For more information, contact: Mary Anne Coules Stakeholder Engagement Advisor Phone: 250-608-1885 Email: email@example.com
Jeff Henderson, Stations Field Manager, Duncan Dam Phone: 604-612-9006 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org