June 6 2023
None% of Normal • Very Low
Water levels at Cuyamaca Dam are currently None , about None% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately None.
Cuyamaca Dam is a historic dam located in San Diego County, California. It was built in the early 1900s to provide water for agriculture in the region. The dam is a concrete arch structure standing 110 feet tall and 375 feet long. It has a storage capacity of 8,110 acre-feet of water. The hydrology of the area is seasonal with most of the precipitation falling during the winter months. The dam captures surface flow from the Cuyamaca Mountains and snowpack from nearby peaks. The water stored in the reservoir is used for irrigation and domestic purposes. The area around the dam is also used for recreational purposes, including hiking, fishing, and camping. The dam is a significant historical landmark in San Diego County and continues to play an important role in the region's water supply.
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