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Lake drops another 1.9 cm

The level of Okanagan Lake took another significant dip over the past 24 hours.

The lake level fell 1.9 centimetres. It now sits at 342.841 metres above sea level.

Kalamalka Lake has fallen 3.7 centimetres and now sits at 292.092 metres above sea level.

Both, however, remain well above what is considered normal full pool for this time of year.

Removal of flood mitigation barriers is continuing throughout the Okanagan in areas where the flood danger has diminished.

BC Wildfire crews who have helped with the set up, and removal of sandbags and other flood protection, will be leaving the area for redeployment to one of several wildfires burning out of control in the province.

A barge is also moving along Okanagan Lake, picking up large pieces of debris from waterfront areas.

The barge will work in the south end of Kelowna today around Bertram Park and is expected to work in the McKinley Landing area tomorrow.



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