The storm missed us on Sunday night but we did get some much needed rain. I understand that they did have some damage on the north side of the lake around Shirley.
After generating around the clock Saturday and Sunday with one generator, the generation is back to 3 to 4 hours in the afternoon. The Power Administration informed me that they used Greers Ferry to regulate the grid over the weekend and this was the cause for the schedule. They told me yesterday that the generation should remain the afternoon and evening type for the rest of this week.
After the rain, the river remains clear above Lobo access and somewhat cloudy at Ramsey. Blue winged olives are still hatching in the afternoon and midges are active in the mornings. The generation today should clear the river all the way to Ramsey access.