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Operations Information

Current Watershed Operations Information

List of Specific Station Operations

The The information on this page is intended provide users with the most current operations
information related to the Winnipesaukee River watershed.  For specific information about
operations and the current water levels and discharges at these locations, return to the
map interface and select the appropriate link.



Sunday November 23rd, 11 AM readings


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Winnipesaukee

The level of Lake Winnipesaukee is at 502.67. The discharge at Lakeport Dam is 250 cfs. 
The flow meter is currently inoperable, so direct readings are currently not available. 


These flows could change due to weather, or other operational factors. 

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Winnisquam

The level of Lake Winnisquam is currently at elevation 482.53. The release rate is 
approximately 261 cfs.  


These flows could change due to weather, or other operational factors. 

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Silver Lake

The level of Silver Lake is 463.76.  


Over the next 6 weeks, daily flucuations in water level are possible due to periodic 
shutdowns of the hydroelectric plants upstream to allow for eel and herring passage.


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This message will be updated as necessary when operational changes are planned or
implemented, otherwise the information should be considered representative of current
conditions at each location.


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