The Elwha River flows Wednesday beneath the Elwha River Bridge west of Port Angeles, not far from the city’s intake for drinking water. Low flow rates on the river have prompted Port Angeles to declare a Stage II water shortage advisory. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

The Elwha River flows Wednesday beneath the Elwha River Bridge west of Port Angeles, not far from the city’s intake for drinking water. Low flow rates on the river have prompted Port Angeles to declare a Stage II water shortage advisory. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Low flows in Elwha River prompt call for voluntary conservation in Port Angeles

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