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July 30, 2015: News and Commentary
Starting out as a cloudy morning, the skies cleared up over the Shuswap and brought a new sunny and hot day to the region. Hot and dry weather is expected dominate the next few days, setting the stage for a great long weekend at the peak of the summer. Boat traffic on the lake has already picked up this afternoon, hinting a very busy weekend on the lake to come.
Beaches have also been filling up with families and children. Don't forget to bring sunscreen and sufficient drinking water to your beach day.
Public boat launches and marine gas stations will be busy this weekend. Start your day early and expect some delays to get your boat out of the water in the evening. Perhaps end the day with some great food, like Finz Bar and Grill at Eagle Bay or Moose Mulligan's in the Sicamous channel. Both have outside patios near the water, lake access and customer boat parking, and great food. It's best to call ahead for reservations.
The lake level is very low this year. Watch out for sandbars and approach the sandy beaches slowly. The Mara Lake and Eagle Bay are hot-spots for family activities with the kids. Best stay out of those areas in the afternoon or, if you can't avoid it, go slow and keep your distance. If you need to be seen in your sparkling cruiser, try the Copper Island area just off the Eagle Bay. It will be crowded and by far the best spot so see and be seen.
Law enforcement will be out in force on the lake all weekend. Keep your safety gear in order and obey the rules. Be safe and enjoy a great weekend on the Shuswap Lake.

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Last Lake Measurements
  Date: July 30, 2015
  Lake Level: 345.837 m 1134.64 ft.
  1-Day Change: -2.6 cm -1 in.
  Water Temp.: 24.4 °C 76 F
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  Day Low: 15.1 °C 59 F
  Day High: 35.3 °C 96 F
  Next Update: July 31, 2015
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2015 Campfire Ban
As of Friday, July 03, an open fire and campfire ban is in effect for the Shuswap Region. This includes all parks, public land, and beaches on the Shuswap Lake.
To report a wildfire call 1-800-663-5555 or dial *5555 on your cell.

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