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Lake Powell Water Forecast Update June 2010

For the past 2 weeks Lake Powell has been increasing between one half and three quarters of a foot each day. The US Bureau Of Reclamation is predicting Lake Powell will peak out around 3635 feet above seal level or

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2010 Lake Powell Water Level Forecast – Part 1 April

It appears that Lake Powell has bottomed out for the year at 3618 feet above sea level putting the lake 82 feet below full pool of 3700 feet above sea level. This is been a wet year for Southern Utah

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Lake Powell Water Level Update July 17, 2009 – Lake Tops Out

Lake Powell reached its official high water mark for the 2009 water year on July 14 and July 16 with a reading of 3642.30 feet above sea level. This puts the lake roughly 58 feet below the 3700 feet above

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Lake Powell Water Level Update June 4, 2009

As of June 3rd, 2009 the Lake Powell water level is 3630.72 feet above sea level. The Lake has been rising about 6 inches a day for the past several days. Last week saw rises of between 8 and 10

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2009 Lake Powell Water Forecast – Part 2 April 28th

Well, it has begun! For readers who have been following this blog awhile you’ll know that I love the “spring runoff” guessing games.  This could be attributed to the seven years I spent as a tour guide at Glen Canyon

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2009 Lake Powell Water Forecast – Part 1 March 15th

Tis spring again and so one of my favorite discussions (guessing games) begins. How high will Lake Powell go this year? With dredging of the Castle Rock Cut well underway (they want to be done before the lake starts gaining)

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