As of 1:30pm, the Deer Creek Dam is at a lake elevation of 814.25 feet above sea level. This level is 4.25 feet over the normal summer levels and has risen 2.46 feet in the last 24 hours. The inflow of water is 2,367.72 cubic feet per second.
The down river area in Chillicothe is well below flood stage, but is at a control level, while Higby is only about six inches from its flood stage.
Both the Marina and Beach are closed. The Wildlife Area on Old 207 and the fishermen’s access road are inundated as well as the Marina boat ramp, parking lot and bottom level of the building are inundated.