The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers minutes ago issued this new data regarding the Missouri River reservoir levels, and it’s not getting better. As of midnight, Fort Peck Reservoir in Montana was within 2.3 feet of the top of its spillway gates; Garrison Reservoir in North Dakota was within 1.3 feet; and Oahe Reservoir north of Pierre was within 1.3 feet. The three smaller reservoirs downstream from Oahe in South Dakota had Big Bend dam within 3.8 feet; Fort Randall dam within 16.2 feet; and Gavins Point dam within 3.5 feet. Water was held back in Fort Peck on Sunday, but inflows to Garrison were twice as much as was released, and inflows to Oahe were far in excess of outflows.
The link below connects to an RSS feed from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The most recent item will list on top. It will open an Adobe acrobat file.