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    Default Oconaluftee River posted by Park Service Today

    Check out this video by Park Service just posted, big rain brought big water this weekend. Oconaluftee River ripping!

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    https://www.facebook.com/GreatSmokyM...1004742956849/
    "It starts with a raindrop, don't let it end with a teardrop!"

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    Speaking of water see Norris Dam update at bottom of page:

    Norris
    Latest Operating Information
    Please note! Water release schedules often change without notice due to unanticipated changes in weather conditions and power system requirements.

    Use caution near dams. A large amount of water may be discharged without warning at any time. Your safety depends on obeying all posted safety regulations and warnings. Learn more.

    Latest Update: Norris is sluicing 5000 cfs until further notice.
    Last edited by bigsur; 02-12-2018 at 04:17 PM.
    "It starts with a raindrop, don't let it end with a teardrop!"

    "Nothing straightens out my mind like a twisting mountain stream!"

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    Over 60 years fishing WNC water is now coming out of the high rocks this is a good sign for this summer. remember we've had several years lately where springs were dry and even low lying rock was dry.

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    Kentucky dam was pushing 240,000 cfs yesterday

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