PLUMAS CO., Calif. - PG&E said Lake Almanor and Bucks Lake lake levels will be higher than average this summer.
Due to the above normal rainfall and snowmelt, the company says Lake Almanor will reach nearly 4,500-feet by July 4 and Bucks Lake would get more than 5,100-feet by that time as well.
PG&E expects the Butte Valley reservoir to be within normal operating range this summer.
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