Okanagan Lake level drops 4 mm

Okanagan Lake has dropped another 4 mm overnight, and now sits at 343.14 metres above sea level.

That leaves the lake still 66 cm above full pool, meaning waves are still a flood concern.

With that in mind, officials aren't yet rescinding their request for boaters to stay off the water, as there's still plenty of debris in the water.

Sandbags are being deployed along upland creeks, with drop-off stations set up at the Cook Road launch and the Apple Bowl.

People are also being reminded that sandbags should not be emptied out onto beaches or into water bodies, as it can negatively affect water quality and the fish habitat.