A local state of emergency for Peachland has been rescinded as the flood threat diminishes.
States of emergency remain in effect for Kelowna, West Kelowna, and the Regional District of Central Okanagan.
Okanagan Lake was at 342.64 metres this morning, down 1 centimetre from Sunday.
Officials say flood protection measures need to stay in place until the lake drops another 16 cm to the full pool level.
“Full pool is a target set by the Province to try to ensure an adequate water supply through the summer,” says Central Okanagan Emergency Operations.