Storage Levels Hydrology Weather

California South Fork American Watershed


June 6 2023

268 acre-ft

-19.76% today
69% of Normal Low

Water storage levels at Camino are currently 268 acre-ft, about 69% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately 389.79acre-ft.

Maximum recorded Storage since record keeping began in 2003 was 2005-09-28 when levels reached 747 acre-ft. Lowest recorded Storage was 2007-02-05 when levels receded to 62 acre-ft.

El Camino Real de California, also known as the California Mission Trail, is a historical route that connects the 21 Spanish missions in California. It follows the coastal towns from San Diego to Sonoma, and its history is tied to the Spanish colonization and mission-building efforts in the 1700s. The hydrology of the region is crucial for the agricultural industry, which relies on the water provided by specific surface flow and snowpack providers such as the Sacramento River, San Joaquin River, and Yuba River. The agriculture in this area includes crops such as almonds, grapes, and citrus fruits. Recreational activities along the route include hiking, biking, and touring the missions and their historic buildings.

Geolocation -120.533, 38.833
Elevation 3,000 ft
Storage 24hr Change -19.76%
Percent of Normal 69%
Minimum 62 acre-ft
Maximum 747 acre-ft
Average 390 acre-ft
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Los Banos Dam
San Luis Reservoir (State)
San Luis Reservoir (Federal)
Oneill Forebay
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New Exchequer-Lk Mcclure
Modesto Reservoir
Don Pedro Res Nr La Grange Ca
Don Pedro Reservoir
Goodwin Dam

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