Oroville Dam ALERT! Here Comes the Snow Melt! 9X More IN than OUT

28 05 2017

graphics soon….

INFLOW NOW 121.5k cfs  OUT: 13.5k cfs

outflow numbers

(the LIVE DATA links are on the DAM WATCH GUIDE
upper right, sidebar )

DATA JUST BEFORE …

[CLICK IMAGE FOR FULL SIZE]

Are California newspapers covering this up??? The only Sacramento Bee headline today about the snow melt focuses on insect problem. Almost no headlines after Friday. Is it because they don’t want to dent tourism for Memorial Day?

Rapid snowmelt will continue around Lake Tahoe; flood advisory in effect in central Sierra Nevada

Highway 41 To Yosemite Road Closure Extended

Lake Oroville expects busiest weekend of the year

Road conditions/closures may give a clue. Butte County (Oroville dam) is in Area 3 on the CalTrans map.

UPDATE Sunday afternoon (EST)

??  ??

INFLOW went from 121½ thousand cfs down to thousand cfs – – (!!!)WHERE DID ALL THE WATER GO???

LATER CHART: 

 

 

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4 responses

28 05 2017
flyingcuttlefish

Sent in – snow melt water can fluctuate wildly so maybe wait for the other shoe to drop.

(me) The snow has nowhere to go except downhill.

28 05 2017
flyingcuttlefish

3 06 2017
flyingcuttlefish

2:30 min. into this video shows the gates to the dam leak like crazy –

3 06 2017
flyingcuttlefish

California earthquake risk update –
San Diego’s Rose Canyon fault is MORE dangerous than thought and could trigger a massive earthquake that would ‘liquefy’ the ground

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4565890/Rose-Canyon-fault-dangerous-thought.html

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