The Bureau of Reclamation is advising people to use caution as flows begin to gradually increase Saturday along the Boise River from current flows of 300 cubic-feet-per-second at the Glenwood Bridge to about 1,800 cfs by Monday morning.

Flows at the Glenwood Bridge will remain below the 7,000 cfs flood stage, but the increases will be noticeable to people along the Boise River. These flows are slightly higher than normal due to recent increases in snow and precipitation in the watershed.