Flow Facts: 13 May to 19 May 2022

  • Reservoir level increased from 2793.72 feet to 2794.10 feet in the past 7 days.
  • Skins Lake Spillway discharge will be increased today from 100 m3/s to 170 m3/s to control the rise of reservoir levels with the ongoing Spring freshet.
  • Nechako River flow discharge changes in the past 7 days at various locations are as follows:
    • ​Flow at Nautley increased from 69 m3/s to 88 m3/s 
    • Flow at Cheslatta increased from 68 m3/s to 86 m3/s 
    • Flow at Vanderhoof increased from 181 m3/s to 204 m3/s 
  • Nineteen (19) millimetres of precipitation was recorded last week, with nine (9) millimetres 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 April to 5 May 2022

  • Reservoir level increased from 2793.11 feet to 2793.34 feet in the past 7 days.
  • Currently, Skins Lake Spillway discharge remains at ~41 m3/s. Discharge will be increased to 49 m3/s when ice formations on Murray and Cheslatta Lakes start to recede in the next few weeks.
  • Nechako River flow discharge changes in the past 7 days at various locations are as follows: 
    • Flow at Nautley increased from 23 m3/s to 40 m3/s
    • Flow at Cheslatta increasedfrom 52 m3/s to 59 m3/s
    • Flow at Vanderhoof increased from 94 m3/s to 126 m3/s
  • Eight (8) mm of precipitation was observed last week and thirteen (13) mm of precipitation is expected next week.
  • 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: 1 April to 7 April 2022

  • Reservoir level is 2793.21 feet, which is unchanged in the past 7 days.
  • Currently, Skins Lake Spillway discharge is ~40 m3/s, where it will be maintained until approximately mid-April, in accordance with the Nechako Fisheries Conservation Program guidelines.
  • Nechako River flow discharge changes in the past 7 days at various locations are as follows: 
    • Flow at Nautley increased from 11 m3/s to 14 m3/s
    • Flow at Cheslatta increased from45 m3/s to 46 m3/s
    • Flow at Vanderhoof increased from 55 m3/s to 75 m3/s
  • Sixteen (16) mm of precipitation was observed last week and ten (10) mm of precipitation is expected next week.
  • 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: 25 March to 31 March 2022
  • Reservoir level has increased from 2793.20 feet to 2793.21 feet in the past 7 days.
  • Currently, Skins Lake Spillway discharge is ~40 m3/s, where it will be maintained until approximately mid-April, in accordance with the Nechako Fisheries Conservation Program guidelines.
  • Nechako River flow discharge changes in the past 7 days at various locations are as follows: 
    • Flow at Nautley increased from 9 m3/s to 11 m3/s
    • Flow at Cheslatta increasedfrom43 m3/s to 45 m3/s
    • Flow at Vanderhoof is unchanged at 55 m3/s
  • Five (5) mm of precipitation was observed last week and sixteen (16) mm of precipitation is expected next week.
  • 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: 11 March to 17 March 2022

  • Reservoir level has decreased from 2793.37 feet to 2793.25 feet in the past 7 days.
  • Currently, Skins Lake Spillway discharge is ~40 m3/s, where it will be maintained until approximately mid-April, in accordance with the Nechako Fisheries Conservation Program guidelines.
  • Nechako River flow discharge changes in the past 7 days at various locations are as follows: 
    • Flow at Nautley decreased from 8 m3/s to 7 m3/s
    • Flow at Cheslatta increased from42 m3/s to 43 m3/s
    • Flow at Vanderhoof increased from 53 m3/s to 55 m3/s
  • Nine (9) mm of precipitation was observed last week and fifteen (15) mm of precipitation is expected next week.
  • 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.
  • Reservoir level has decreased from 2793.63 feet to 2793.50 feet in the past 7 days.
  • Currently, Skins Lake Spillway discharge is ~40 m3/s, where it will be maintained approximately for the duration of the winter, as per Nechako Fisheries Conservation Program guidelines.
  • Nechako River flow discharge changes in the past 7 days at various locations are as follows:
    • Flow at Nautley is unchanged at 8 m3/s
    • Flow at Cheslattais unchanged at41 m3/s
    • Flow at Vanderhoof increased from 51m3/s to 53 m3/s
  • Fourteen (14) mm of precipitation was observed last week and eight (8) mm of precipitation is expected next week.
  • 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.
  • Reservoir level has decreased from 2793.84 feet to 2793.82 feet in the past 7 days.
  • Currently, Skins Lake Spillway discharge is 40 m3/s, where it will be maintained approximately for the duration of the winter, as per Nechako Fisheries Conservation Program guidelines.
  • Nechako River flow discharge changes in the past 7 days at various locations are as follows:
    • Flow at Nautley is unchanged at 10 m3/s
    • Flow at Cheslatta is unchanged at 42 m3/s
    • Flow at Vanderhoof decreased from 52 m3/s to 51 m3/s
  • Four (4) mm of precipitation was observed last week and fifteen (15) mm of precipitation is expected next week.
  • 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: 28 January to 3 February 2022

  • Reservoir level has decreased from 2794.08 feet to 2793.92 feet in the past 7 days.
  • Currently, Skins Lake Spillway discharge is 40 m3/s, where it will be maintained approximately for the duration of the winter, as per Nechako Fisheries Conservation Program guidelines.
  • Nechako River flow discharge changes in the past 7 days at various locations are as follows:
    • Flow at Nautley decreased from 13 m3/s to 9 m3/s
    • Flow at Cheslatta increased from 43 m3/s to 44 m3/s
    • Flow at Vanderhoof decreased from 54 m3/s to 53 m3/s
  • Nine (9) mm of precipitation was observed last week and fourteen (14) mm of precipitation is expected next week.
  • 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.
  • Reservoir level has decreased from 2794.21 feet to 2794.08 feet in the past 7 days.
  • Currently, Skins Lake Spillway discharge is 40 m3/s, where it will be maintained approximately for the duration of the winter, as per Nechako Fisheries Conservation Program guidelines.
  • Nechako River flow discharge changes in the past 7 days at various locations are as follows:
    • Flow at Nautley is unchanged at 13 m3/s
    • Flow at Cheslatta is unchanged at 43 m3/s
    • Flow at Vanderhoof is unchanged at 54 m3/s
  • Ten (10) mm of precipitation was observed last week and sixteen (16) mm of precipitation is expected next week.
  • 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.
  • Reservoir level has decreased from 2794.29 feet to 2794.21 feet in the past 7 days.
  • Currently, Skins Lake Spillway discharge is 40 m3/s, where it will be maintained approximately for the duration of the winter, as per Nechako Fisheries Conservation Program guidelines.
  • Nechako River flow discharge changes in the past 7 days at various locations are as follows:
    • Flow at Nautley increased from 8 m3/s to 13 m3/s
    • Flow at Cheslatta decreased 46 m3/s to 43 m3/s
    • Flow at Vanderhoof decreased from 55 m3/s to 54 m3/s
  • Twenty-eight (28) mm of precipitation was observed last week and four (4) mm of precipitation is expected for next week.
  • 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.