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Lake and Flow News - Latest Email Message

Flow Release Information as of Dec. 15, 2014

No change from last week, however releases may increase temporarily as needed depending upon how much rainfall we get.

Blakely Mountain Dam is releasing about 350 CFS from the flood tunnel. This release will continue until sometime in February. Carpenter Dam will release for a few short hours every few days as needed to maintain the level of Lake Catherine. Remmel Dam will be releasing only the minimum flow of about 250 CFS.

DeGray is also only releasing the minimum flow of about 150 CFS.

Flow Release Information as of Dec. 8, 2014

No change from last week.

Blakely Mountain Dam is releasing about 350 CFS from the flood tunnel. This release will continue until sometime in February. Carpenter Dam will release for a few short hours every few days as needed to maintain the level of Lake Catherine. Remmel Dam will be releasing only the minimum flow of about 250 CFS.

DeGray is also only releasing the minimum flow of about 150 CFS.

Flow Release Information as of Dec. 1, 2014

No change from last week, except that we are doing some testing at Remmel Dam which will require the units be run for a few hours this afternoon and possibly again later this week. Carpenter will need to release at the same time to maintain lake levels. These releases will be unscheduled.

Flow Release Information as of Nov. 24, 2014

Blakely Mountain Dam isreleasing about 350 CFS from the flood tunnel. This release will continue until sometime in February. Carpenter Dam will release for a few short hours every few days as needed to maintain the level of Lake Catherine. Remmel Dam will be releasing only the minimum flow of about 250 CFS.

DeGray is also only releasing the minimum flow of about 150 CFS.

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For more lake and shoreline information, contact: Kimberly Bogart or 501.844.2116.
For more flow release information, contact: Ted Smethers or 501-844-2148.
 

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We mail out a paper copy of “Life on the Lakes” newsletter about three or four times per year. You can also find the latest copy on the Entergy Hydro Operations www.entergy.com/hydro website. If you live on the lake and you are not receiving our newsletter, send an email to Kimberly Bogart with your name and mailing address. You can also tell us if you would prefer to quit getting the paper copy and only receive an electronic version of the newsletter in the future.

Disclaimer: This message was provided as a public service by Entergy Arkansas, Inc. There is no guarantee that actual releases or lake level projections will occur as described. We do our best to plan our operations and to accurately communicate those plans, however system conditions are subject to change at a moment's notice and we may not always be available to communicate those changes in a timely fashion.