For the TSW Water Management Update of April 4, 2017 – click here.
The summary for the Haliburton Region:
"The Gull River and Burnt River flows have been holding steady due to snow melt but are expected to increase with the rain in the forecast and the depletion of the remaining snow in the northern areas. The rain combined with snow melt will continue to raise lake levels and increase stream flows on both systems. Lakes on both rivers systems still have storage available. Central Lakes are above long-term average and are expected to rise due to the rain. Most of the snow in the central lakes area is gone."
(Note: The Parks Canada website has been updated and the TSW site has been coming up gradually. As of now the water level website is not available but we have been informed that they are actively working on the problem.)