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Old 06-07-2016   #1
cedar city, Utah
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Dolores: Ramping Down

From the dam website:

Tuesday June 7, 2016
McPhee Downstream Release Update

The Dolores River inflow has peaked and runoff dropped significantly, rafting releases below McPhee will start ramping down this afternoon. Each day will drop about 100 CFS until complete. So flows today about 800 CFS, tomorrow 700, Thursday 600 and so on. It is time to get off the river below McPhee and above the San Miguel confluence.
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