Water level update from around the county

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Sutherland continues to rise, and with a 7.86 foot increase in the last month it has reached a 28.9 foot increase since December 13th, the largest of the county. El Capitan came up another 6.72 feet and now has only 8.78 feet to go before it spills. Considering its come up 22.24 feet since December 13th, a spill could happen.

Below is a chart showing water level changes over the last month at the reservoirs that provide such data. If you’d like to understand how the water ends up in the reservoirs, see our article about the watersheds for the City Lakes.

 

Lake Capacity 12/13/2010 2/28/2011 3/28/11 Month Diff. Overall Diff
Barrett 160.88 157.7 161.28 161.06 -.22 + 3.99
El Capitan 197 165.98 181.5 188.22 + 6.72 + 22.24
Hodges 115 94.38 115.8 115.44 – .36 + 21.06
Lower Otay 137.42 126.64 131.2 132.17 + .97 + 5.53
Miramar 114 106.2 106 106.2 + .2 0
Morena 157 108.55 112.4 119 + 6.6 + 10.45
Murray 95 90.4 91.9 91.35 – .55 + .95
San Vicente 190 131.8 140.7 142.97 + 2.27 + 11.17
Sutherland 145 96.6 117.64 125.5 + 7.86 + 28.9

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