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Rainfall Projections Will Overtop Emergency Spillway by 13 Feet at Oroville Dam


Published on Feb 16, 2017 by Adapt 2030

With five overlapping weather forecast rainfall models, a full 3-5 inches of precipitation will fall in the drainage basin of the Oroville Dam, which will raise water levels faster that the damaged spillway can out flow over topping the emergency spillway by 13 feet. The last over top was 2-2.5 feet. Are you ready for the effects if the spillway ruptures as the water will damage natural gas pipelines, food deliveries and scour away roadways?

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One Response to Rainfall Projections Will Overtop Emergency Spillway by 13 Feet at Oroville Dam

  1. Katie says:

    I had no idea there was flooding in Sacramento many yrs. ago from this same dam. Heard it on this video.
    Well, I’ve said a prayer.

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