Monday, July 24, 2006

Black Magic left the water again yesterday and is getting ready for Dillon.

Area Lake Conditions, Rio Grande Basin:

Elephant Butte: 4310.08 feet elevation above benchmark, 195,475 acre feet as of Monday morning. The Butte is down 13 inches and 8,179 acre feet in 72 hours. Water is flowing in at about 100 cubic feet per second out at 1900 cubic feet per second. The lake is at 10% of capacity. The Monticello ramp is closed and the Rock Canyon ramp is about out of the water. The Rock Canyon Marina has been moved to the area in front of the dam.

Heron: 7143.56 feet elevation, 193,736 acre feet, down 1/8 inch and 40 acre feet in 72 hours. Heron is at about 49% of capacity. All ramps and facilities are usable.

El Vado, 60.736 acre feet, down 4,095 a.f. in 72 hours.

Abiqiui, 153,645 a.f., down 933 a.f.

Cochiti, 48,494 a.f., up 442 a.f.


At 10:42 AM, July 25, 2006, Anonymous Adrift At Sea said...

wish Carol Anne good luck for me in Colorado.

At 1:28 PM, July 25, 2006, Blogger Pat said...

Will do. Of course, we're going into this as an education and for fun, and to sort of push ourselves to do and learn new things.

Now, if any of you can get by Dillon, CO, Carol Anne did make sure that I laid in the beer supply!


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