Releases from Flaming Gorge Reservoir have officially decreased with the amendment in effect to the 2022 Drought Response Operations Agreement Plan. As of March 8th, the Flaming Gorge Reservoir pool elevation was 6005.73 feet which equals 67 percent of live storage capacity. Unregulated inflow for February was approximately 58,000 acre-feet which is 73 percent of the average. The current average daily release was at 1,175 cubic feet per second. With the 2022 Drought Response Operations Agreement Plan now suspended, the average release will decrease from 1,175 cubic feet per second to 925 cubic feet per second. This new schedule starts today. The Bureau of Reclamation shares that the 2023 Drought Response Operations Agreement Plan is under discussion and a new operation will be finalized in early May.