Flow Facts: 18 November to 24 November 2022

  • Reservoir level decreased in the past 7 days from 2795.72 feet to 2795.57 feet.
  • Skins Lake Spillway discharge was recently reducedfrom ~40 m3/s to 34 m3/s. It will likely be maintainedbetween 32 m3/s and 34 m3/s for the duration of the winter period.  Changes to the current discharge rate will be communicated through Flow Facts.
  • Sixteen (16) millimetres of precipitation was recorded last week, with thirty to sixty (30-60) millimetres of precipitation anticipated over the next 7 days.
  • Real-time and historical information on reservoir activity can be viewed at any time by clicking here. Please see images below for further details regarding current reservoir conditions.

Flow Facts 4 November to 10 November 2022

  • Reservoir level decreased in the past 7 days from 2796.36 feet to 2796.01 feet.
  • Skins Lake Spillway discharge is being maintained at ~40 m3/s. Changes to the current discharge rate will be communicated through Flow Facts.
  • Twelve (12) millimetres of precipitation was recorded last week, with forty to sixty (40 to 60) millimetres of precipitation anticipated over the next 7 days.
  • Real-time and historical information on reservoir activity can be viewed at any time by clicking here. Please see images below for further details regarding current reservoir conditions.

Flow Facts: 21 October to 27 October 2022

  • Reservoir level decreased in the past 7 days from 2796.76 feet to 2796.55 feet.
  • Skins Lake Spillway discharge is currently ~60 m3/s, and will be reduced to 40 m3/s on 28 October, where it will be maintained for the winter period.
  • Sixteen (16) millimetres of precipitation was recorded last week, with forty to sixty (40 to 60) millimetres of precipitation anticipated over the next 7 days.
  • Real-time and historical information on reservoir activity can be viewed at any time by clicking here. Please see images below for further details regarding current reservoir conditions.

Flow Facts: 7 October to 13 October 2022

  • Reservoir level decreased in the past 7 days from 2797.26 feet to 2797.02 feet.
  • Skins Lake Spillway discharge is currently ~60 m3/s, and will be reducedto 60 m3/s by tomorrow, 14 October 2022.
  • Four (4) millimetres of precipitation was recorded last week, with five (5) millimetres of precipitation anticipated over the next 7 days.
  • Real-time and historical information on reservoir activity can be viewed at any time by clicking here. Please see images below for further details regarding current reservoir conditions.

Flow Facts: 30 September to 6 October 2022

  • Reservoir level has decreased in the past 7 days from 2797.52 feet to 2797.26 feet.
  • Skins Lake Spillway is currently ~60 m3/s, where it will be maintained for another week. Further spillway discharge rates will be determined based on weather conditions and other factors.
  • One (1) millimetres of precipitation was recorded last week, with two (2) millimetres of precipitation anticipated over the next 7 days.
  • Real-time and historical information on reservoir activity can be viewed at any time by clicking here. Please see images below for further details regarding current reservoir conditions.

Flow Facts: 23 September to 29 September 2022

  • Reservoir levels have decreased in the past 7 days from 2797.77 feet to 2797.52 feet.
  • Skins Lake Spillway is currently ~61 m3/s, where it will be maintained until the end of September.
  • In October, spillway discharge is expected to be reduced to 40 m3/s in two 10 m3/s incremental steps by the end of next week. Further spillway discharge rates will be determined based on weather conditions and other factors.
  • Five (5) millimetres of precipitation recorded last week, with two (2) millimetres of precipitation anticipated over the next 7 days.
  • Real-time and historical information on reservoir activity can be viewed at any time by clicking here. Please see images below for further details regarding current reservoir conditions.

Flow Facts: 16 September to 22 September 2022

  • Reservoir levels have decreased in the past 7 days from 2797.97 feet to 2797.77 feet.
  • Skins Lake Spillway is unchanged at ~60 m3/s on 23 August, where it will be maintained throughout September.
  • There was no precipitation recorded last week, and three (3) millimetres of precipitation is anticipated over the next 7 days.
  • Real-time and historical information on reservoir activity can be viewed at any time by clicking here. Please see images below for further details regarding current reservoir conditions.

Flow Facts: 2 September to 8 September 2022

  • Reservoir levels have decreased in the past 7 days from 2798.15 feet to 2798.10 feet.
  • Skins Lake Spillway is unchanged at ~60 m3/s on 23 August, where it will be maintained throughout September.
  • Approximately 15 (fifteen) millimetres of precipitation was recorded last week, and no precipitation is anticipated over the next 7 days.
  • Real-time and historical information on reservoir activity can be viewed at any time by clicking here. Please see images below for further details regarding current reservoir conditions.

Flow Facts: 5 August to 11 August 2022

  • Reservoir levels have decreased in the past 7 dats from 2799.25 feet to 2798.81 feet.
  • Skins Lake Spillway discharge is being maintained at ~300 m3/s until the end of 20 August as part of the Summer Temperature Management Program (STMP). Please see image below to learn more about the STMP.
  • Approximately 2 (two) millimetres of precipitation was recorded last week, and 10 (ten) millimetre is anticipated over the next 7 days.
  • Real-time and historical information on reservoir activity can be viewed at any time by clicking here. Please see images below for further details regarding current reservoir conditions.

Flow Facts: 29 July to 4 August 2022

  • Reservoir levels continue to decrease from a peak of 2799.91 feet on 15 July. In the past 7 days, reservoir levels have decreased from 2799.55 feet to 2799.25 feet.
  • Skins Lake Spillway discharge is being maintained at ~300 m3/s until the end of 20 August as part of the Summer Temperature Management Program (STMP). Please see image below to learn more about the STMP.
  • Approximately 4 (four) millimetres of precipitation was recorded last week, and 2 (two) millimetre is anticipated over the next 7 days.
  • Real-time and historical information on reservoir activity can be viewed at any time by clicking here. Please see images below for further details regarding current reservoir conditions.