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BOR Teacup of reservoirs

Reservoir levels as of Friday, May 31, 2019

Bureau of Reclamation's Klamath Basin Area Office (KBAO) would like to give the public a heads up about increased flows which will begin as early as June 3 and last about two weeks.

These are in no way approaching any kind of "high flow response level" however, there may be a relatively quick rise in river levels on the Link River from Link River Dam, the press release said.

During this time flows may increase suddenly without further notice. Both the Link River and the Klamath river below Iron Gate dam may run as high as 3,000 cfs to benefit juvenile salmon in the Klamath River.

"We do not expect flooding or other concerns. Just wanted to make sure you know what will be happening in case people in your constituent areas of responsibility have questions," the release said