June 6 2023
200,414 acre-ft+0.02% today
136% of Normal • High
Water storage levels at Indian Valley are currently 200,414 acre-ft, about 136% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately 147,338.37acre-ft.
Maximum recorded Storage since record keeping began in 2003 was 2006-04-21 when levels reached 300,768 acre-ft. Lowest recorded Storage was 2009-12-11 when levels receded to 12,430 acre-ft.
Indian Valley is a small valley located in Northern California, near the town of Greenville. The area has a rich history, dating back to the Maidu Native Americans who initially occupied the valley. The Maidu utilized the area for hunting, fishing, and gathering, and their influence can still be seen today in the form of petroglyphs and other artifacts. The hydrology of Indian Valley is primarily provided by the many small streams and creeks that flow through the area, including Indian Creek and Lights Creek. The valley is also home to several snowpack providers, which help to maintain the water supply and provide a source for recreational activities such as skiing and snowboarding. Agriculture is a significant part of the local economy, with crops such as alfalfa, wheat, and potatoes grown in the valley. Additionally, Indian Valley is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, with opportunities for hiking, fishing, and camping.
|Storage 24hr Change||0.02%|
|Percent of Normal||136%|