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Old 05-24-2013   #1
 
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Big Thompson tonight!

Hey all,
We're starting to see run-off come in at night to Lake Estes. That means, we're starting to by-pass some of that native inflow on down the Big T canyon.

Tonight, May 24, at midnight, we're going to bump up releases to around 250 cfs. From what I understand, the 250 cfs could stay there through the holiday weekend.

Have fun; stay safe!

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Thanks for the heads up! Always appreciated.
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I also appreciate the updates. Thank you.
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On it...Who wants to do the main section?
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Kara stop teasing me! She turned it off
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Gannon, I'm not sure what gauge your using but its 255 below lake Estes.
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Gannon, I'm not sure what gauge your using but its 255 below lake Estes.
Well it was at 255 that was a tease. It didn't last long.
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I used the flows gauge here and my friend Paul who lives on it said it was up last night but this morning it dropped off
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