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    Below average runoff continues for the upper Missouri River Basin in 2023 [Image 2 of 2]

    Below average runoff continues for the upper Missouri River Basin in 2023

    OMAHA, NEBRASKA, UNITED STATES

    02.07.2023

    Photo by Eileen Williamson 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Northwestern Division

    Tables showing water storage and releases and power generation.
    MISSOURI RIVER MAINSTEM RESERVOIR DATA
    Pool Elevation
    (feet above mean sea level)
    Water in Storage
    (1,000 acre-feet)
    On January 31
    Change in January
    On January 31
    % of 1967-2022 Average
    Change in January
    Fort Peck 2218.9 +0.1 11,871 82 -26
    Garrison 1827.9 -2.4 14,969 84 -666
    Oahe 1591.5 +1.8 14,213 80 +416
    Big Bend 1420.6 -0.1 1,669 98 -3
    Fort Randall 1345.6 +6.9 2,686 81 +431
    Gavins Point 1207.5 +0.7 363 93 +18
    Total 45,771 83 +170

    WATER RELEASES AND ENERGY GENERATION FOR JANUARY
    Average Release in 1,000 cfs
    Releases in 1,000 acre-feet
    Generation in Million kWh
    Fort Peck 6.4 395 58
    Garrison 23.2 1,429 200
    Oahe 15.8 974 136
    Big Bend 15.9 975 55
    Fort Randall 10.7 656 66
    Gavins Point 13.1 807 39
    Total 554

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    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 02.07.2023
    Date Posted: 02.07.2023 13:46
    Photo ID: 7621282
    VIRIN: 230207-A-A1408-001
    Resolution: 812x651
    Size: 100.46 KB
    Location: OMAHA, NEBRASKA, US

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