UPDATE: 8:31 PM
Multiple creek beds are overflowing carrying debris into the lake. multiple docks become submerged as a result of rapidly rising water.
CONESUS LAKE — As a result of rain storms that have slammed the region, Conesus Lake has risen 4 inches and is under a boating advisory.
According to press release from Livingston County Sheriff Thomas Dougherty, there are large pieces of debris floating in the lake following the storms, and the lake has risen over 4 inches in the last few hours.
More rain is anticipated.
Sheriff Dougherty says that the lake is not closed to boaters or recreational activities, this is only an advisory for the safety of boaters and lake residents. With the water level rising, it does cause issues for docks and moored boats. The no wake zones will be highly enforced by Marine Patrol Deputies to protect property.
PHOTO CAPTION: Conesus Lake showing high waters. (Photo/ Patricia Klemmer)
Want your news faster? Download our app, now available on Google Play and the Apple Store.