Crowe Valley Conservation Current Water Level Readings

 

 

Crowe Valley Conservation Authority has issued a Water Conditions Statement – Water Safety  effective April 12, 2024.

 

CVCA staff monitor the water levels and flows throughout the watershed daily and update flows on the website weekly.

 

Flow Gauge Data (expressed in cubic meters per second)
Gauge Site
Friday April 12, 2024 (7:00am)
Glen Alda Flow
13.3m3/s
Beaver Creek Flow
14.2m3/s
Marmora Flow
60.1m3/s

 

Lake Level Elevations (expressed in meters above sea level)
Lake
April 12, 2024 (7:00am)
Paudash Lake
342.389mas
Chandos Lake
312.909mas
Wollaston Lake
310.369mas
Kasshabog Lake
262.315mas
Cordova Lake
216.603mas
Belmont Lake
187.XXXmas
Crowe Lake
182.473mas

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The CVCA monitors weather information, river flows, snow pack and ice conditions in order to predict when floods will occur and how high the water may rise. When flooding is possible, or about to occur, the Crowe Valley Conservation Authority issues flood messages to municipal emergency management officials and the media.

As a result of a review of flood message terminology, Crowe Valley Conservation Authority and Conservation Authorities across the province are introducing some changes effective immediately. These changes will ensure that Conservation Authorities use consistent terminology in line with that used by other agencies such as the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Environment Canada and the Weather Network.

Flood Messages and What They Mean

The Crowe Valley Conservation Authority issues 4 types of messages, depending on conditions: 1. Normal 2. Watershed Conditions Statement (with 2 variations:"Water Safety" and "Flood Outlook") 3. Flood Watch 4. Flood Warning
No flood conditions exist
Water Safety StatementHigh flows, unsafe banks, melting ice or other factors that could be dangerous for recreational users such as anglers, canoeists, hikers, pets, etc. Flooding is not expected.
Flood Outlook StatementEarly notice of the potential for flooding based on weather forecasts calling for heavy rain, snow melt, high wind or other conditions that could lead to high runoff, cause ice jams, lakeshore flooding or erosion.
Flood WatchFlooding is possible in specific watercourses or municipalities. Municipalities, emergency services and individual landowners in flood-prone areas should prepare.
Flood WarningFlooding is imminent or already occurring in specific watercourses or municipalities.