Monthly Archive

April 2018

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 6 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Media Release

Flood Warning Update: Levels on Lakes in the Upper Rideau Watershed Remain High

April 30, 2018 – This message is to update the status of flood conditions in the Rideau River watershed. No flooding is expected in the lower reaches of the system downstream of Smiths Falls although... read more..

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Lakes in Upper Rideau Watershed Reaching Flood Level

April 28, 2018 – This message is specific to Bobs and Christie Lakes but may apply to other lakes in the area where remotely accessible monitoring equipment is not installed. Property owners are advis... read more..

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More Rain Expected to Raise Water Levels Again

April 24, 2018 –  Water levels are expected to rise again in the Rideau River watershed as a result of meltwater from the last of the snow, flow from thawing soil and rain forecast for Wednesday ... read more..

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Long Reach of Rideau River at Risk of Access Flooding

April 18, 2018 –  The snow and ice accumulation over the last several days raises the possibility of flooding in parts of the Rideau system as warmer conditions arrive on Friday. Rain and some m... read more..

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No Significant Flooding Anticipated from Developing Weather System

April 11, 2018 – A weather system out of the mid-west U.S. has the potential to bring several forms of precipitation in significant amounts in to eastern Canada over the next week. Snow, rain and f read more..

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Flows in Rideau Valley to Fluctuate from Latest Weather

April 3, 2018 – Rain in the order of 20 millimetres is forecast for today and into the night that will cause water levels throughout the Rideau valley to increase beyond levels reached after rain on read more..

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