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REPORTING · 25th June 2012
Terrace Daily News
A review of the Environment Canada river flow monitoring stations on the loctions upstream from Terrace show the river levels are dropping. The station closest to Terrace (Usk) is still on the rise.

The historic flow patterns suggest the Skeena River at Terrace should stop rising before noon today, June 25. Currently, as of 6 am, the height was recorded at 11.41 metres and at 7 am 11.42. Updated, at 8 am it rose to 11.49. The rate of rise has slowed significantly again.

During the flood of 2007 the level measured at Usk peaked at just over 13 metres. It presently seems very unlikely the Skeena will rise another 2 metres.

There is no government monitoring station on the Kalum River.
The Kalum River at Dutch Valley 1 pm June 24
The Kalum River at Dutch Valley 1 pm June 24
The Kalum River at Dutch Valley 1 pm June 24
The Kalum River at Dutch Valley 1 pm June 24
The Kalum River at Dutch Valley 10 am June 25
The Kalum River at Dutch Valley 10 am June 25
Residents and situation compilation at Dutch Valley
Residents and situation compilation at Dutch Valley