Flow Arrival and Recession Times Catawba-Wateree
The Catawba-Wateree River basin is in a Low Inflow Protocol Stage 1 condition.
Duke Energy will continue to monitor conditions for the basin. Note that lake levels will vary with weather conditions.
Please continue to conserve water and make it a daily habit regardless of drought condition.
|Watermill Road Access Area||11/27/2015 02:36:00 AM||11/29/2015 07:36:00 AM|
|11/29/2015 08:24:00 AM||11/30/2015 10:48:00 AM|
|Catawba River Water Intake||11/27/2015 03:42:00 AM||11/29/2015 09:30:00 AM|
|11/29/2015 09:00:00 AM||11/30/2015 11:48:00 AM|
|Morganton Greenway||11/27/2015 04:06:00 AM||11/29/2015 11:30:00 AM|
|11/29/2015 09:18:00 AM||11/30/2015 02:06:00 PM|
Downstream flow schedules recorded at 10:20 AM on Friday, November 27, 2015.
Downstream flow schedules are approximate and subject to variability based upon natural conditions and /or unexpected changes in hydro project operation. Duke Energy may, at any time, and without prior warning, change operations of our hydro facilities in response to high electricity demand, flooding, electric system emergencies or other conditions. Flow arrival is the approximate time when flow begins to increase as a result of upstream hydro project operation. Maximum flow normally occurs after the estimated arrival time and normally ends prior to the estimated recession time. Flow recession is the approximate time when most of the generated flow has passed.
Please remember to stay 300 feet away from the upstream and downstream sides of the dam and powerhouse. Do not enter the tailrace section directly below hydroelectric stations. These areas are prone to a sudden rise and violent turbulence in the water.
Watermill Road Access Area
River mile 271.7
Catawba River Water Intake
River mile 268.5
River mile 266.8
Rock Hill River Park
River mile 137.4
Catawba Indian Reservation
River mile 127.6
Landsford Canal State Park
River mile 120.0
Highway 1/Highway 601 Landing
River mile 69.4