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Lake and Flow News - Latest Email Message

Flow Release Plans as of Feb 15, 2018

Remmel Dam will be releasing just above 300cfs and February, this will increase to 400 cfs for March.

Carpenter and Blakely dams will release for a few hours every few days as needed to maintain lake levels or to facilitate generation load requirements.

Degray will release a minimum flow of about 150 cfs, this may increase a few hours a day.

Entergy will begin to refill lakes Hamilton and Catherine on March 1st of 2018 and to be completed by March 15th.

 


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For more lake and shoreline information, contact: Kimberly Bogart or 501.844.2116.
For more flow release information, contact: Ted Smethers or 501-844-2125.

We draft two to three editions of the “Life on the Lakes” newsletter and all editions are available through our website, but we currently only mail out the Summer Edition typically in May of each year. You can find the latest copy on the Entergy Hydro Operations entergy.com/hydro website. If you live on the lake and are not receiving our newsletter, send an email to Kimberly Bogart with your name and mailing address.

Disclaimer: This message was provided as a public service by Entergy Arkansas, Inc. There is no guarantee that actual releases or lake level projections will occur as described. We do our best to plan our operations and to accurately communicate those plans, however system conditions are subject to change at a moment's notice and we may not always be available to communicate those changes in a timely fashion.