High Water Level Advisory

CEWF Advisory re high water levels and potential for ice damage:
The recent warm weather and rain are causing high water level and flood alerts to be issued for portions of the Gull and Burnt rivers (see links to articles below).
Because there is still ice on many reservoir lakes CEWF is also concerned of the potential for ice damage due to a combination of high water levels and winds.
Waterfront property owners are encouraged to take whatever preventative measures are available to them to protect docks and shoreline structures.
Burnt River System – click here
Gull River System – click here
More rain is in the forecast.
As always, check on your own lake levels at the Parks Canada web site – click here

1 thought on “High Water Level Advisory”

  1. I was up at the cottage this weekend. “High” is an understatement. I have never seen the water level higher in the 30 years we’ve had the cottage. On our area of spruce Lake, the water is at least 30 feet past the tree line. The fixed portion of my dock is completely submerged.
    Remembering the actions of the MNR in early February (adding the logs back early), the term over managed comes to mind.

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