Storage Levels Hydrology Weather

California Santa Clara Watershed


June 9 2023

315,469 acre-ft

+0.31% today
124% of Normal High

Water storage levels at Castaic are currently 315,469 acre-ft, about 124% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately 252,517.69acre-ft.

Maximum recorded Storage since record keeping began in 2007 was 2011-05-03 when levels reached 315,997 acre-ft. Lowest recorded Storage was 2016-02-28 when levels receded to 83,209 acre-ft.

Castaic is a small town located in Los Angeles County, California, with a population of around 22,000. The area has a rich history dating back to the indigenous Tataviam people who lived off the land's natural resources. Castaic has a semi-arid climate, and its hydrology is primarily dependent on the nearby Castaic Lake and the Santa Clara River. The lake serves as a vital source of water for Los Angeles County and the surrounding areas. The snowpack from the nearby San Gabriel Mountains also contributes to the region's water supply. Agriculture is a significant industry in Castaic, with crops such as almonds, citrus fruits, and grapes being grown. The town is also a popular destination for recreation, offering activities such as fishing, camping, boating, and hiking in the nearby Angeles National Forest.

Geolocation -118.610, 34.515
Elevation 1,535 ft
Storage 24hr Change 0.31%
Percent of Normal 124%
Minimum 83,209 acre-ft
Maximum 315,997 acre-ft
Average 252,518 acre-ft
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