Holiday Lake Warning
Monday, July 2nd 2007, 6:48 am
By: News On 6
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are advising campers and boaters about new water hazards at lakes across eastern Oklahoma this week. Corps officials say recent rains have caused most of the lakes in eastern Oklahoma to rise, causing new hazards for boaters. Some parks around these lakes are also closed because of the high water.
If you do go out on the water, Corps officials are urging everyone spending time at the lakes to wear properly fitting life vests whenever they are near the water.
To find the latest lake level information, click here.
Several Oklahoma creeks and rivers are still rain swollen and in danger of going over their banks. Below is a list of several local waterways with possible flood dangers.
Caney River level at Bartlesville, click here.
Bird Creek level at Sperry, click here.
Deep Fork River level at Beggs, click here.
Neosho River level at Commerce, click here.
Verdigris River level at Lenapah, click here.
For more flooding information, check out our STORM ZONE web page.