PLUMAS COUNTY, Calif. - PG&E says flow increases on Monday in the Feather River will mean some extra caution if you want to head out on the water.
Higher flows are expected on North Fork Feather River below Belden Reservoir, that’s all the way to the Belden Powerhouse along Highway 70 in Plumas County.
Flows along that eight-mile stretch will go as high as 600 cubic feet per second through early summer.
It is due to repairs being made at the Belden Powerhouse.
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