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Lake levels fall 1.3 cm

The levels of both Okanagan and Kalamalka lakes have fallen 1.3 centimetres over the past 24 hours.

As of early Friday morning, the level of Okanagan Lake sat at 342.914 metres above sea level.

Kalamalka Lake was pegged at 392.140 metres above sea level.

However, both lakes still remain more than 40 centimetres above full pool.

It will be another month before both are at their optimum levels.

Crews throughout the region continue to work on breaking down flood barriers along lakefront areas no longer at risk of flooding.

More beaches and parks could be opened in time for the weekend.

Any announcements concerning more openings will be made by each jurisdiction later today.

Boat launches at Gellatly Bay and Casa Loma in West Kelowna are scheduled to reopen next Wednesday.

Information pertaining to what is, and is not open is available on each municipality's website.



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