Fort Peck Reservoir remained essentially level in October, ending the month at elevation 2209.8, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Releases averaged 4,100 cfs, compared to the long-term average of 8,200 cfs. The reservoir is expected to gain about half a foot through November, ending at elevation 2210.2 feet, 20.2 feet below normal. It is currently 10.2 feet higher than last year at this time.
Oahe Reservoir fell a foot in October, ending at 1592 feet of elevation. The reservoir is currently 11.1 feet higher than it was last year at this time.
Garrison Reservoir remained essentially level in October, ending at elevation 1825.8 feet. The reservoir is currently 12.7 feet higher than last year at this time.