California Dams on Verge of Collapse – First Oroville & Now Morgan Hill & Anderson Reservoir (Live Feeds) | Environment

(Before It’s News) (N.Morgan) In this last couple of weeks all eyes have been riveted on  Oroville Dam, but now attention is shifting south to Morgan Hill and Anderson Reservoir.Anderson Reservoir is rapidly filling up and over its recommended capacity. The reservoir is only supposed to be at 68 percent capacity, but it is at 100.04% capacity.Water is being released at 400 cubic feet per second, and into the spillway.Already officials from Santa Clara Valley Water District have been dumping water as fast as they can from the reservoir, but it simply isn’t enough to offset the water streaming in from all the rain we’ve seen this winter…

Source: California Dams on Verge of Collapse – First Oroville & Now Morgan Hill & Anderson Reservoir (Live Feeds) | Environment

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