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5/5/22 Lake Level Update and Forecast

James River above point 15

Upwards of six inches of rain fell across the Ozarks on May 4 sending lake levels on the White River chain skyrocketing above normal pool. This is the latest information from the Corps of Engineers:

Beaver Lake:

Currently 10 feet above normal pool at 1131.39, releasing 43,000 cubic feet of water per second in a combined release from the generators and spillway. The crest is expected later today at 1139.8 (10.3 feet high)  assuming no further rainfall accumulation.

Table Rock Lake:

Currently 4.3 feet above normal pool at 920.42, releasing 20,500 cubic feet of water per second in a combined release of generators and spillway. Crest is expected on May 8 at 925.8 ( 9.7 feet high) assuming no further rainfall accumulation. Update New forecasted crest of 927 on May 8.

Bull Shoals Lake:

Currently 13.8 feet above normal pool at 674.40, releasing 3858 cubic feet of water per second in a generator release. Crest is expected on May 25 at 684.7 (24.1 feet high) assuming no further rainfall accumulation.

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