Flood Conditions

At least one dock was out there floating around on its own on Brandy Lake.     Brandy Lake crested about a week ago and has since receded and seems to be going down or at least stabilized. .   However with more intense rains it could rise again.  Have a look at the warnings below.    

Nov 7 2013

The tree we tie our docks to for winter hibernation,  was on dry land not that long ago.    See below.


FROM: Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR), Parry Sound District

The MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES Parry Sound District is advising area residents that high water levels in area rivers and lakes currently being experienced could potentially reach flood levels in some vulnerable low-lying areas with precipiation forecasts of 20-35mm over the next two days.

The long range forecast is calling for additional precipitation over the next seven days.

The Parry Sound District Ministry of Natural Resources is advising area residents to take action to protect property in flood prone areas and continue to exercise caution around water bodies and any low lying areas.

This message will be in effect until 5:00 pm on Thursday, November 7, 2013 and will be updated before then should conditions change.

For more information about weather and flooding risks, and advice on what to do in the event of a flood, go to: http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/en/Business/Water/index.html

Terminology: Notification Levels

** FLOOD WATCH: potential for flooding exists within specific watercourses and municipalities

WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT: unsafe lake, river and channel condisitons exist.

FLOOD WARNING: flooding is imminent or occurring within specific watercourses and municipalities.

docks at rest 2013

2 thoughts on “Flood Conditions

  1. Thanks, Bob. Your comments came through in yellow??? a little difficult to read. Do you know whose dock is floating around?


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