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Old 09-11-2004   #1
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Bailey Foxton Runs

I have notriced that the gages are kind of staying in the low 200's. Can i expect it to get any higher and then stablize at a certain level.


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Old 09-11-2004   #2
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If Denver is hot and dry more water will be pulled from Dillon Res to Roberts Tunnel\Grant and down. IF Denver gets rain, less water will come down.
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Old 09-13-2004   #3
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Mike is right about the rain-release connection.

Last year, it was 300 right up until they turned it off at the end of October. I would expect flows no higher than 225 for the rest of the season, based on the kind of rain we've been getting. This year, I expect to see some 165-175 days before it turns off, but I doubt we'll see 300 again till next year. I'd say it's stabilized about as much as Bailey does.
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