Dreamflows Truckee - Lake Tahoe Release Schedule
 
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Releases on the Truckee River below Lake Tahoe

In the tables that follow, each date is color-coded according to the kind of release scheduled for that day:

ColorMeaning
 Scheduled release is not yet known.
 Scheduled release: Less than 500 cfs below Lake Tahoe.
 Ramping up/down from Lake Tahoe.
 Projected release based on the most recent scheduled release.
Note: Projected releases are intended to show likely releases for today and into the near future, but don't rely on them.
Note: All other scheduled release information provided by the California DWR.

 

September 2020
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
    1300 cfs
 all day
2300 cfs
 all day
3300 cfs
 all day
4300 cfs
 all day
5300 cfs
 all day
6300 cfs
 all day
7300 cfs
 all day
8300 cfs
 all day
9Change to
 240 cfs at 11am
10Change to
 180 cfs at 11am
11Change to
 132 cfs at 8am
12Change to
 104 cfs at 8am
13Change to
 75 cfs at 8am
1475 cfs
all day
1575 cfs
all day
1675 cfs
all day
1775 cfs
all day
1875 cfs
all day
1975 cfs
all day
2075 cfs
all day
2175 cfs
all day
2275 cfs
all day
2375 cfs
all day
2475 cfs
all day
2575 cfs
all day
2675 cfs
all day
2775 cfs
all day
2875 cfs
all day
2975 cfs
all day
3075 cfs
all day
     

 

October 2020
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
        175 cfs
all day
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Water Management Issues:

1.  The above schedule is based on information provided by the California DWR.

2.  Detailed scheduled release information for the next few days is shown on this graph.

3.  Releases shown are expected releases.  Actual releases may be different, and may change at short notice.  In addition, sudden higher or lower (or no) releases may result from emergency mechanical or electrical conditions.

4.  Users are urged to use caution and to wear all appropriate personal protective equipment.