In spite of daily forecasts of “scattered thundershowers,” local reservoirs’ water levels are again dropping as they typically do in the fall.
As of Tuesday morning, the Bear Creek Reservoir was 692.12, 2.88 feet below full pool, said plant operator Ken Moore.
Although the level of the Bear Creek Reservoir is falling, it is nowhere near as low as (above) it was during the peak of the drought in 2007-08.
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