Issued today by TSW:
Water Management Updates
Water Level Management Update – April 11, 2017
Parks Canada's water management team continues to actively monitor water levels and flows, and weather forecasts across the Trent-Severn Waterway. These factors are used to determine dam operations on a daily basis for the Trent-Severn Waterway.
For more information regarding watershed status, please visit the website of your local conservation authority. These are Kawartha Conservation, Otonabee Region Conservation Authority, Ganaraska Conservation Authority, Lower Trent Conservation Authority, Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority or, in all other areas of the Trent and Severn Watersheds, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.
Intermittent rainfall is forecast across the Trent-Severn Waterway region this week. Otonabee Region Conservation Authority has issued a flood warning. Lower Trent Conservation Authority and Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry Bancroft District have issued flood watches. A water safety statement has been released by the Kawartha Conservation and Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority.
Haliburton and Northern Areas
The Gull River and Burnt River have peaked or are close to peaking but may rise again depending on rainfall. The Central and Burnt Lake reservoirs are near capacity. Gull River reservoir lakes are at 77 per cent capacity. Little snow remains in the area.