31-JUL-2014  07:11:25    US BUREAU OF RECLAMATION
                                    YAKIMA PROJECT
                                SYSTEM STATUS AT 06:00


                  FOREBAY                TOTAL     PERCENT   RESERVOIR RESERVOIR
      RESERVOIR  ELEVATION   CONTENT    CAPACITY   CAPACITY     INFLOW  RELEASES
      --------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                  AF          AF         %         CFS       CFS

      Keechelus   2485.95*    88215.*    157800.        56.       113.*    1143.
      Kachess     2260.29    231265.     239000.        97.        52.      234.
      Cle Elum    2204.21    279090.     436900.        64.       455.     3676.
      Bumping     3423.81     30903.      33970.        91.       143.      244.
      Rimrock     2924.11    193265.     198000.        98.       515.      705.

      TOTALS                 822738.*   1065400.        77.      1279.*    6002.

      IRRIGATION DIVERSIONS                    RIVER FLOWS
      ---------------------    CFS             -----------                  CFS

      Kittitas               1150.             Yakima River at Easton       322.
      Roza                   1055.             Yakima River at Cle Elum    3500.
      Yakima-Tieton           300.             Teanaway River at Forks       27.
      Wapato                 1942.             Yakima River near Horlick   3975.
      Sunnyside              1189.             Yakima River near Umtanum   4052.
      MAJOR USERS TOTAL      5636.             Yakima River blw Roza Dam   2313.
                                               Naches River nr. Clf'Dell    427.
      Westside                103.             Tieton Rvr near Cnl Hdwks    346.
      Naches-Selah            137.             Naches River near Naches     695.
      OTHERS ABOVE PARKER    1367.             Yakima River near Parker     416.
                                               Yakima River near Prosser    525.
      TOTAL ABOVE PARKER     7003.             * = estimated values
      ----------------------------
      Kennewick               239.

      OTHER CANAL DIVERSIONS
      Wapatox                  64.
      Roza                   1933. 880cfs for generation, gate tucked, all panels down
      Chandler                608. no generation

      UNREGULATED TRIBUTARY & RETURN FLOW ABOVE PARKER     -  -   1417. CFS

      OPERATIONAL COMMENTS: Storage is 109% of average (1981-2010).
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      Inflow to the five reservoirs is 102.6%, releases from the five are 107% and major
      canal diversions are 104.6% of average. 
      Unregulated flow for the Yakima River nr. Parker is 100.4% and observed flow is 88%
      of average. 
      Precipitation at the five reservoirs for the month of July to date is 3.57 inches, or 
      87.5% of the month's average. 
      Precipitation for the period October 1st - July 30th is 218.78 inches, or 100.7% 
      of average. 
      Sunny and a few degrees cooler in the mountain passes today with afternoon pass temperatures
      around 80. Friday, mostly sunny and 79 with a 20% chance for a thunderstorm. 
      Sunny and 100 in the valley today with a North wind at 5 to 10mph. Tonight, partly cloudy
      and 66 with North winds at 5 to 15mph with 25mph gusts. Friday, mostly sunny and 98 with 
      a chance for an afternoon/evening thunderstorm. 
      Wapato IP added 50cfs at 3AM this morning. Sunnyside Valley ID will add 50cfs today. 
      Flows in the upper Yakima will increase about 150cfs today. Remaining reservoir releases 
      will continue to be adjusted as needed to meet system demands. 
      For further information contact the River Operator at 509-575-5848, ext: 219, or 227, or
      click on the link below to visit our homepage. 
      All water users must notify the River Operator at the above numbers at least 48 hours prior
      to any diversion change. Thank you!
      Pleases remember to take proper precautions when recreating in or near the water. Thank you!
      Next River Operations Meeting Wednesday, August 6th at 10:30 in the Yakima Field Office. 
      Enjoy the day while you can!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) +
                                                                                      
                                                                                      
                                                                                      
                                                                                      
                                                                                      
                                                                                      
                                                                                      
                                                                                      
                                                                                      
                                                                                      


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