Behind the ice bridge, water levels can rise nearly 100 feet above the normal water levels of the lake.
What does NWL stand for?
NWL stands for Normal Water Level
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Samples in periodicals archive:
At low water you may see some individual rocks, but at normal water levels, you primarily see only the surface wake at the rapids and the flats.
After an unusually dry winter, it has now been discovered that reservoirs and aquifers have fallen below their normal water levels.
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.
Roach and dace fishing has been good on the same stretch under normal water levels.
The barriers, which are seven metres deep and can extend six metres above the normal water level, are 180 metres long and designed to protect the most vulnerable houses in the town.