The Okanagan Valley has a long way to go before we can say we’re safe and dry. According to the latest release from Central Okanagan Emergency Operations, it could be weeks before lake levels finally peak. On Thursday, Environment Canada reported Okanagan Lake reached 343.17 metres, a two-centimetre rise over the May 31 measurement. The lake is now predicted to peak in mid-June, possibly as high as 343. 25 metres. By comparison, the 1948 flood peaked at about 343 metres.