11 California Reservoirs are At or Above 100% Historical Average Right Now

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image: noaa, today
image: noaa, today

It’s been a pretty wet winter this year in California.  

“Happy World Water Day! Here is a look at current reservoir levels compared to their capacity across the state in the first image. We have also included a second more detailed image showing where the reservoirs in the central California coastal areas stand.” –  NOAA Hanford, CA today

image:  noaa, today
image: noaa, today

At least 11 California reservoirs are at or above 100% of historical average to date:

  1. Lake Medocino = 112%
  2. Shasta Reservoir = 110%
  3. Or0villeReservoir  = 110%
  4. Lake Sonoma = 110%
  5. Folsom Lake = 108%
  6. Millerton Lake = 101%
  7. Uvas Reservoir = 101%
  8. MMWD Reservoirs = 100%
  9. Crystal Springs = 100%
  10. San Antonio Reservoir = 100%
  11. Lake HennesseyReservoir = 100%
"“Sharing a couple of images displaying the current water year to date (October 1, 2015 through March 15, 2016) precipitation across the continental U.S. and a zoom in on the state of California. Areas that have received the highest precipitation, like the Pacific NW down through Northern California and the Southeast U.S., really stand out.” – NOAA, March 16th, 2016
“Sharing a couple of images displaying the current water year to date (October 1, 2015 through March 15, 2016) precipitation across the continental U.S. and a zoom in on the state of California. Areas that have received the highest precipitation, like the Pacific NW down through Northern California and the Southeast U.S., really stand out.” – NOAA, March 16th, 2016

 


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