Current lake levels in the Mongaup River System are:
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Rio Unit Operations Forecast/Estimate:
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Discussion as of 06/18/2020:
All reservoirs are now at summer elevations. With dry weather and summer demand for power, Toronto reservoir will be drawn down slowly with an estimated elevation of approximately 1215 by the middle of July. Swinging Bridge will be maintained about 1065.0 to 1067.0 through the end of June but may come up higher to absorb storm runoff. Mongaup Falls reservoir will be maintained between 933.5 and 935.5 through June 30. Rio reservoir will be maintained between 813.5 and 815.5 through June 30.
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