Lake Okeechobee
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Lake Okeechobee is slowly receding, edging down below 16 feet above sea level, thanks... more
“The dry season is upon us, and we are seeing water levels receding,” said Major Cory Bell of USACE ... more
Florida’s dry season has started, but Lake Okeechobee has little chance of recovery... more
The Everglades may soon see some relief from flooding. more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is conducting aquatic plant management on Lake Okeechobee this week. more
Relatively little water from Lake O has been released to the Caloosahatchee River this wet season. more
Lake Okeechobee was at 16 feet above sea level on Oct. 6. more
Lake Okeechobee was 15.90 feet above sea level on Oct. 4. more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers s is advising commercial and recreational vessels of vegetation on Route 2 in the lake navigation channel ... more
Lake Okeechobee was at 15.56 feet above seal level on Sept. 29, as heavy rainfall continued... more
If Congress does not reach a compromise on the budget, what does that mean for Lake Okeechobee? more
Where’s the help for Lake Okeechobee? That question remained unanswered at the Sept. 14 SFWMD meeting ,,, more
Even if the dry season starts soon, weather forecasts indicate the dry season could have above average rainfall. more
NOAA satellite imagery indicates most of Lake Okeechobee has no or low potential for blue-green algal blooms ... more
With the most active part of the hurricane season just starting and Lake O at 15.35 feet above sea level, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers could face some tough decisions. more
Claiming there have been threats against spraying contractors, FWC has stopped posting herbicide spraying plans online in advance ... more
Despite concerns about the nutrient load carried into Lake Okeechobee from Hurricane Ian in 2022 and the extreme hot weather this summer … more
With Lake Okeechobee’s level at 15.3 feet and NOAA predictions of increased chances of late season hurricanes .… more
A presentation on the Lower Kissimmee Basin Stormwater Treatment Area Project (LKBSTA) is planned for 10 a.m. on Aug. 10 ... more
Lake Okeechobee continues its summer rise as heavy rainfall directly into the big lake adds to the inflow from the Kissimmee River basin. more
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