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The State Department of Water Resources is increasing water flows from Lake Oroville this morning. The department called KPAY and said that from 10 am to 12 pm the flows will increase into the Feather River from 20 thousand cubic feet per second to 30 thousand C-F-S. This is to help prevent Lake Oroville from getting too high.
Officials want to let river users to know that the increased flows could see the river rise about two to three feet and there will be swift currents.

 

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