Ameren Missouri, which owns and operates Bagnell Dam at Lake of the Ozarks, say they expect heavy generation this week as the dam operators deal with inflows from rainfall while also following the guide curve that has Memorial Day weekend as a target date for the full pool (between 659 and 660 feet). As of 8 a.m. on Tuesday, the Lake of the Ozarks water level was 657.61 feet of elevation as measured at Bagnell Dam, Truman Lake, which discharges directly into Lake of the Ozarks via Truman Dam, was 709.9 on Tuesday morning, with the anticipated outflow of about 27,000 second foot days, the average discharge from the dam across an entire day. The Lake will likely be at 658 by Thursday night, with a little sharper rise in the Lake levels over the weekend as rain is expected to continue across the lake area. The Lake is still about two feet below its normal summertime levels, but the rain expected nearly every day this week should bring the water level a little closer to the 660-foot elevation considered to be “full pool