Update on dam flow

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By Elka Wood

Greg Hoffman of the civil corp of engineers at Libby dam reports that flows from Libby Dam will increase Saturday evening at 5:00 MST from 4,000 cfs to 9,000 cfs over a 3 hour period and will remain at 9,000 cfs through Monday night, at which time flows will increase to 12,500 cfs.

More flow information will be distributed early next week, and it is likely that flow will increase and remain high through the remainder of the month.

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