Fort Peck, Mont. – The lake level was 2,236.73 ft, on the morning of December 13th. The target elevation for March 1st is 2,234.0 ft.
March 1st is the beginning of the spring runoff season.
Currently, the dam releases are 11,000 cubic feet per second.
Snow pack, above Fort Peck, is a little below normal, but it is too early to tell what kind of snow pack we will have.
This Fort Peck Lake Reservoir level report is from John E. Daggett, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Operations Project Manager
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