Floodwater Release Bulletin

At 11:30 AM on Tuesday, January 15:

  • Grand Lake elevation was 745.21 feet. Daily target elevation for January 15 is 742 feet.
  • At the direction of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, one (1) main gate was open at Pensacola Dam, discharging 8,009 cubic feet per second (cfs) of water.
  • Five (5) units were online at the Pensacola Dam powerhouse, releasing 11,574 cfs of water through generation.
  • Releases through floodgates and generation totaled 19,583 cfs.
  • Inflows into Grand Lake totaled 14,213 cfs.
  • Lake Hudson elevation was 622.16 feet. Normal elevation is 619 feet.
  • Four (4) units were online at the Robert S. Kerr Dam powerhouse.
  • Releases through generation totaled 33,210 cfs.
  • Inflows into Lake Hudson totaled 19,995 cfs.

Floodwater Release Bulletin

At noon on Saturday, January 12:

• Grand Lake elevation was 744.98 feet. Daily target elevation for January 12 is 742 feet.

• At the direction of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, three (3) main gates were open at Pensacola Dam, discharging 23,451 cubic feet per second (cfs) of water.

• Five (5) units were online at the Pensacola Dam powerhouse, releasing 11,442 cfs of water through generation.

• Releases through floodgates and generation totaled 34,893 cfs.

• Inflows into Grand Lake totaled 34,177 cfs.

 

• Lake Hudson elevation was 621.34 feet. Normal elevation is 619 feet.

• At the direction of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, one (1) gate was open at Robert S. Kerr Dam, discharging 6,398 cubic feet per second (cfs) of water.

• Four (4) units were online at the Robert S. Kerr Dam powerhouse, releasing 32,940 cfs of water through generation.

• Releases through floodgates and generation totaled 39,338 cfs.

• Inflows into Lake Hudson totaled 46,880 cfs. 

Floodwater Release Bulletin

At 11:00 AM on Monday, October 15:

  • Grand Lake elevation was 745.45 feet. Daily target elevation for October 15 is 742 feet.
  • At the direction of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, one (1) main gate was open at Pensacola Dam, discharging 8,209 cubic feet per second (cfs) of water.
  • Six (6) units were online at the Pensacola Dam powerhouse, releasing 11,959 cfs of water through generation.
  • Releases through floodgates and generation totaled 20,168 cfs.
  • Inflows into Grand Lake totaled 27,816 cfs.
  • Lake Hudson elevation was 619.74 feet. Normal elevation is 619 feet.
  • Four (4) units were online at the Robert S. Kerr Dam powerhouse.
  • Releases through generation totaled 19,440 cfs.
  • Inflows into Lake Hudson totaled 20,195 cfs.

 

Floodwater Release Bulletin

At 10:00 AM on Friday, March 2:

  • Grand Lake elevation was 745.15 feet. Daily target elevation for March 2 is 742 feet.
  • At the direction of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, one (1) main and three (3) east spillway gates were open at Pensacola Dam, discharging​ 5,017 cubic feet per second (cfs) of water.
  • Five (5) units were online at the Pensacola Dam powerhouse, releasing 11,333 cfs of water through generation.
  • Releases through floodgates and generation totaled 16,350 cfs.
  • Inflows into Grand Lake totaled 7,720 cfs.
  • Lake Hudson elevation was 622.90 feet. Normal elevation is 619 feet.
  • Four (4) units were online at the Robert S. Kerr Dam powerhouse.
  • Releases through generation totaled 34,020 cfs.
  • Inflows into Lake Hudson totaled 16,668 cfs.

Floodwater Release Bulletin

At 8:30 AM on Thursday, March 1:

  • Grand Lake elevation was 746.07 feet. Daily target elevation for March 1 is 742 feet.
  • At the direction of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, one (1) main and six (6) east spillway gates were open at Pensacola Dam, discharging 19,778 cubic feet per second (cfs) of water.
  • Five (5) units were online at the Pensacola Dam powerhouse, releasing 11,326 cfs of water through generation.
  • Releases through floodgates and generation totaled 31,104 cfs.
  • Inflows into Grand Lake totaled 9,627 cfs.
  • Lake Hudson elevation was 623.31 feet. Normal elevation is 619 feet.
  • Four (4) units were online at the Robert S. Kerr Dam powerhouse.
  • Inflows into Lake Hudson totaled 31,657 cfs.