Kalamalka Lake is down just a bit in the past 24 hours.
The lake is down point 9 centimetres from yesterday.
That puts it at 392.257 metres above sea level.
Okanagan lake has dropped 1.3 centimetres and is now 343.067 metres above sea level..
It is still 58.7 centimetres above full pool.
The Central Okanagan Regional District says foreshore flood protection will stay in place for the time being but flood protection removal will occur on public property today.
In preparation for the long weekend, crews will be working to remove the bladder dam and some of the sandbags on the waterfront on Beach Avenue in Peachland.
In West Kelowna, crews will be working to remove bladder dams and lower sandbag levels in parks and public spaces.
Removal of flood protection measures is occurring in public areas, areas no longer vulnerable to wave action and where beach elevation is higher.
Property owners along the lakes should continue to monitor their flood protection.