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FLOOD WATCH ISSUED FOR ROBLIN LAKE

Posted on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 12:00 AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 14, 2019
FLOOD WATCH ISSUED FOR ROBLIN LAKE
Roblin Lake in Ameliasburgh, Prince Edward County, has surpassed the 1 in 100 year water levels. There are no known structures within the 1 in 100 year floodplain, however, some properties in the area are experiencing flooded lawns.
Quinte Conservation owns a small water control structure at the outlet of Roblin Lake. There are currently no logs in the structure which allows for continuous outflow from the lake.
Quinte Conservation...

FLOOD WATCH ISSUED FOR ROBLIN LAKE

Posted on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 12:00 AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 14, 2019
FLOOD WATCH ISSUED FOR ROBLIN LAKE
Roblin Lake in Ameliasburgh, Prince Edward County, has surpassed the 1 in 100 year water levels. There are no known structures within the 1 in 100 year floodplain, however, some properties in the area are experiencing flooded lawns.
Quinte Conservation owns a small water control structure at the outlet of Roblin Lake. There are currently no logs in the structure which allows for continuous outflow from the lake.
Quinte Conservation...

UPDATE #2 FOR FLOOD WATCH ON LAKE ONTARIO AND THE BAY OF QUINTE

Posted on Thursday, May 09, 2019 12:00 AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 9, 2019
UPDATE #2 FOR FLOOD WATCH ON LAKE ONTARIO AND THE BAY OF QUINTE
Lake Ontario water levels have been gradually rising over the last few weeks. Forecasted rain tonight and early next week will contribute to a change towards more rapidly rising water levels.
As of May 8, 2019, Lake Ontario was recorded at 55 cm above average for this time of year, which is 21 cm below the recorded level for May 8, 2017. This amount is 33 cm below the peak recorded on May 25, 2017.
Lake...

UPDATE #2 FOR FLOOD WATCH ON LAKE ONTARIO AND THE BAY OF QUINTE

Posted on Thursday, May 09, 2019 12:00 AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 9, 2019
UPDATE #2 FOR FLOOD WATCH ON LAKE ONTARIO AND THE BAY OF QUINTE
Lake Ontario water levels have been gradually rising over the last few weeks. Forecasted rain tonight and early next week will contribute to a change towards more rapidly rising water levels.
As of May 8, 2019, Lake Ontario was recorded at 55 cm above average for this time of year, which is 21 cm below the recorded level for May 8, 2017. This amount is 33 cm below the peak recorded on May 25, 2017.
Lake...

QUINTE CONSERVATION REMOVES FLOOD WATCH FOR RIVERS THROUGHOUT WATERSHED

Posted on Tuesday, May 07, 2019 12:00 AM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 7, 2019
QUINTE CONSERVATION REMOVES FLOOD WATCH FOR RIVERS THROUGHOUT WATERSHED
Major river systems and tributaries including the Moira, Salmon, and Napanee Rivers have continued to decline since reaching their spring peaks at the end of April.
There is no risk of flooding at this time.
Staff will continue to monitor conditions and will provide an update if forecasts and conditions change. For current water levels or to report any observations of flooding, residents are encouraged...