North Platte River levels

River Inches Up After Storms
Additional flows out of Grey Reef Reservoir should have been noticeable here in Casper this afternoon. Emergency Manager, Lt Stew Anderson, says a slight increase of about 200 cfs brings us to around 8300 Cubic Feet per second, but he cautions that the additional rain that fell last night will also make a difference. "We're also seeing what the streams that come from the west, Powder River
Flood Watch Official For Natrona County
As of 6pm Wednesday evening we, in Natrona County, along with the rest of the state, all the way to the western border, are officially on Flood Watch. Natrona County Emergency Manager, Lt Stew Anderson, says releases from Grey Reef will continue to increase incrementally...
NP River Levels Update For May 20th
A conference call between water managers, first responders and agencies up and down the North Platte  river confirmed the expectation that water will begin to spill out of Pathfinder reservoir late Sunday. Lt Stew Anderson, Natrona County Emergency Manager says release out of Grey Reef will follow. "They'll start increasing the flows out of Greyreef Reservoir starting on the 25th to the 28th
River Up Again This Week
North Platte River levels will go up again this week as the Bureau of Reclamation works to get a jump on water runoff.  Starting  Monday night  and continuing to Wednesday, Bureau Supervisor, John Lawson, says they'll make incremental increases from 4500 to 5000 cubic feet per second.