A Boil Water Advisory had to be issued Monday afternoon. \r\n\r\nSunday\u2019s high water levels on Knapp Creek led to high turbidity in the raw water coming into the plant. Higher turbidity takes longer filtration. The situation grew worse Monday when the intake blocked with debris, at least four times. \r\n\r\nReserve tanks began to run lower than normal and the advisory was sent out. \r\n\r\nBy Tuesday morning, I was hearing from those, who were not notified, but that is another story.\r\n\r\nTurbidity is a key test of water quality. \r\n\r\nTurbidity is the cloudiness or haziness of water caused by individual particles that are generally invisible to the naked eye. Turbidity can come from suspended sediment such as silt and affect water clarity. \r\n\r\nThe Boil Water Advisory was precautionary only, and should be lifted by Wednesday afternoon.