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September 29, 2014: Shuswap Lake News and Commentary
Shuswap Lake levels are falling again. The weather has been partially sunny and cloudy with rain starting in the early evening. The forecast predicts similar weather all week.

Lake levels are near the seasonal minimum and significant level changes are not expected anymore. Therefore, as of October 1st, this web site will only be updated twice a week, usually on Monday and Thursday. Daily updates will resume well before the next runoff in spring. However, lake levels are still recorded daily throughout the winter.
Mara Lake Turbidity Readings for 2014-07-03:   3.06 NTU

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Last Lake Measurements
  Date: September 29, 2014
  Lake Level: 345.530 m 1133.63 ft.
  1-Day Change: -1.1 cm -0.4 in.
  Water Temp.: 18.3 °C 65 F
  Weather:
  Day Low: 9.3 °C 49 F
  Day High: 20.1 °C 68 F
  Next Update: September 30, 2014
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El Nino 2014 News
A new report has been released from the UN World Meteorological Organization, indicating a high potential for an El Nino event close to the peak of the runoff this year. If those weather models are correct, the Shuswap region may see increased rain periods similar to 2012 during the peak of the runoff, followed by another hot and dry summer.
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