There’s less water flowing from Truman Dam. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says they’ve reduced the releases as a result of a lack of channel capacity on the Osage River at St. Thomas. They’re currently releasing water at 39,000 cubic feet per second. That’s down from 45,000 cfs just over a week ago. The result is slower decline in lake levels at Truman, which in turn limits the releases from upstream lakes. The Missouri River has started to decline at Hermann, but recent flows and high water have caused the Osage River at St. Thomas to be impacted by backwater, resulting in unusually high levels. The Corps says as the Missouri continues to go down, the backwater will lessen and the releases from Truman will go back up.