Flynt attributed the multiple records to an expanded territory - this is the first year Mississippi has allowed statewide hunting - and to normal water levels in the rivers.
What does NWL stand for?
NWL stands for Normal Water Level
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As previously reported, milling operations were suspended for 20 days due to higher than normal water levels in the holding and water management facilities.
Behind the ice bridge, water levels can rise nearly 100 feet above the normal water levels of the lake.
However, only 89 holes have been assayed to date due to unseasonal rainfall which has hindered exploration with higher than normal water levels on the lake surface creating access issues to prevent further logging and sampling.
Beavers can also block culverts causing the obstruction of waterways; in some areas this will be of greater concern this year, with higher than normal water levels expected across the province.
As a result we had a higher than normal water level in the Bay.
Instead of being double the normal water level, as in the Cascades, snowpacks in the Deschutes and Ochoco river basins were about 11/2 times average, according to Natural Resources Conservation Service reports.
Normal water level in the cistern should be about 25mm below the overflow outlet.