# Lake Information Recording

This is the Corps of Engineers lake information recording
for Friday, February 15, 2019 as of 9:00 AM.
Power discharge schedules are tentative and subject to change at any time to
meet power demand.
Arcadia Lake is 0.5 feet ABOVE normal and steady.
The average discharge will be 94 cubic feet per second.
Broken Bow Lake is 5.8 feet ABOVE normal and steady.
The average discharge will be 3,250 cubic feet per second.
Copan Lake is 0.6 feet ABOVE normal and steady.
The average discharge will be 97 cubic feet per second.
Eufaula Lake is 1.5 feet ABOVE normal and steady.
The average discharge will be 8,000 cubic feet per second
through the turbines around the clock.
Ft Gibson Lake is 3.9 feet ABOVE normal and falling.
The average discharge will be 15,000 cubic feet per second
through the turbines and gates around the clock.
Hulah Lake is 1.7 feet ABOVE normal and steady.
The average discharge will be 90 cubic feet per second.
Kaw Lake is 1.7 feet ABOVE normal and falling.
The average discharge will be 1600 cubic feet per second.
Keystone Lake is 3.0 feet ABOVE normal and falling.
The average discharge will be 4,200 cubic feet per second
through the turbines around the clock.
Hudson Lake is 1.2 feet ABOVE normal and falling.
The average discharge will be 13,000 cubic feet per second.
Oologah Lake is 0.2 feet ABOVE normal and falling.
The average discharge will be 1,800 cubic feet per second.
Grand Lake O' The Cherokees, Pensacola Dam is at elevation 742.5 and steady.
The average discharge will be 12,000 cubic feet per second.
Skiatook Lake is 1.8 feet BELOW normal and steady.
No discharge is scheduled for today.
Tenkiller Lake is 2.9 feet ABOVE normal and steady.
The average discharge will be 1,400 cubic feet per second
through the gates and turbines around the clock.
Robert S. Kerr Lock & Dam & Reservoir (L&D 15)
The average discharge will be 42,000 cubic feet per second
through the turbines and gates around the clock.
Webbers Falls Lock & Dam & Reservoir (L&D 16)
The average discharge will be 23,900 cubic feet per second
through the turbines and gates around the clock.
The Illinois River, Tahlequah stage is 7.4 feet.
Remember that power discharge schedules are tentative and subject to change at any time to meet power demands.
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