Okanagan Lake recorded a very slight increase in its level over night.
It now sits at 343.249 metres, but from 343. 248 yesterday.
Emergency Operations officials warn though that with wind and rain expected this afternoon and evening, there is the possibility of wave damage.
Residents are advised to keep their flood protection measures in place and even improve upon them if need be.
Meanwhile the City of Vernon will be installing Tiger Dams as temporary flood protection along Lakeshore Road and City-owned portions of Kin Beach.
People are asked to stay off these dams while they are in place as they help protect City roads, beaches and infrastructure.Lake accesses off Lakeshore Road are closed until the risk of flood has passed.
Kin Beach remains open to the public.
Residents on both sides of Lakeshore Road (from 2548 to 2688 Lakeshore Road) and 6999 Cummins Road remain on evacuation alert.
City crews have had difficulty delivering supplies to the Lakeshore Road sand and sandbagging station due to the high volumes of non-local traffic.
The City requests that alternate methods of travel be used to view the lake so that Lakeshore Road residents and City crews can easily move along the road.
Sand and sandbags are being replenished twice a day at six established sites for Vernon residents:
Outside Operations main entrance off of Pleasant Valley Rd
4005 Pleasant Valley Rd
Corner of Okanagan Ave and Okanagan Landing Rd (across from Marshall Fields)
Okanagan Hills Blvd and Bella Vista Rd. intersection (entrance to the Rise community)
8974 Okanagan Landing Road
2605 Lakeshore Road