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Corps to Decrease Flows from Coralville Lake

CORALVILLE, IA (CBS 2/FOX 28) -- As the Coralville Lake water level continues to fall and storage capacity of the Reservoir increases, officials from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has scheduled to cut back the outflow from the dam. Flows will be reduced from 17,400 cubic feet per second (cfs) will be reduced to 14,000 cfs on Friday, then again to 10,000 cfs on Saturday.

The boating ban is still in effect on the Iowa River, tributaries, and flooded areas south of the dam. The Coralville Lake levels stands at 704.64 feet above sea level this morning; a decrease of .86 feet. Today's severe weather is not supposed to impact the levels on the Iowa River.
 
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