California’s two largest reservoirs, Shasta and Oroville, are both well above 100% of historical average today.
- Lake Shasta = 108% of historical average, 93% of capacity
- Lake Oroville = 116% of historical average, 96% of capacity
Lake Folsom has also gotten in on the above 100% fun and is sitting at 108% of historical average today and 86% of capacity (only 12′ short of being full).
Mid-May to June 1st generally marks the highest these reservoirs will be for the year. Shasta and Oroville have already reached their max while Folsom is still slowly filling up.