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Yep. Still dry - although the 15 mm I got a few days back was nice!Statistics: Posted by allan — Yesterday, 18:59
Welcome enko,I'm sure we will hear from him soon.Refardsoozz77Statistics: Posted by oozz77 — Yesterday, 16:18
I think you're right Allan. The lake is definitely being drawn down faster than any rain event could top it up past 87.7%. Today's measurement is 83.3%, which is 4.4% lower than the 87.7% maximum we reached earlier. Even the monumental 99,000ML inflow from September 5th 2010 would only gain us around 3%, and there's nothing like that likely in the current outlook. So I think it's definitely time to call this one!87.7% maximum on Sept 18th.By my reckoning Mazman is closest - 1.1% awayJust nudging out cueball - 1.45% awaymazman1 - 88.8cueball - 86.25Congrats...

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