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Dworshak Flows Increase;
Clearwater Level Expected to Rise

by Staff
Lewiston Tribune, May 23, 2019

Officials from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced that Dworshak is now ranked at 'low risk of failure' or 4 on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the most safe. (File / The Spokesman-Review) AHSAHKA -- Flows exiting Dworshak Dam were scheduled to increase from about 9,500 cubic feet per second to 12,000 cubic feet per second starting at 11 p.m. Wednesday, according to a news release from the Army Corps of Engineers.

The dam’s hydroelectric unit No. 3 was put online Wednesday following a series of tests. The increased flows were expected to raise the elevation of the Clearwater River by about 4 inches as measured at the U.S. Geological Survey gauge in Peck, according to a news release from the agency.

Related Pages:
Agency Plans to Cut Dworshak Reservoir Water Flows Today by Staff, Lewiston Tribune, 4/6/19
Clearwater River Level to Drop a Foot Below Dworshak; Dam Outflows Reduced for Juvenile Fish by Staff, Daily Fly, 7/19/18
Corps Reduces Dworshak Flows for Fish by Eric Barker, Lewiston Tribune, 3/27/18
Dworshak Dam Tests May Cause River Flow Changes by Staff, Lewiston Tribune, 6/28/18
Rehab of Dworshak's Unit 3 Has its Share of Hiccups by Elizabeth Morgan, Clearwater Tribune, 8/16/17
Dworshak Dam Discharge Flows Lowered to Reduce Flooding Impacts Downstream by Mia Carlson, Daily Fly, 3/20/17

Dworshak Flows Increase; Clearwater Level Expected to Rise
Lewiston Tribune, May 23, 2019

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