After weeks of reporting on flooding, river levels around eastern Idaho have finally fallen this week. Local News 8 reports that the Palisades reservoir is only at about 40 percent capacity. While that may seem low, it has risen quickly over the past two weeks, at about 1 percent a day. Palisades power plant supervisor Russell Anderson said over the last two weeks they have decreased the outflow from the reservoir by more than a third, which means the reservoir is now filling up. All other reservoirs around eastern Idaho are full or near full capacity, except for Jackson Lake, which sits at 57 percent.
Necia Seamons, Preston Citizen
Stephen Henderson, Teton Valley News