June 6 2023
None% of Normal • Very Low
Water levels at Lake Hemet are currently None , about None% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately None.
Lake Hemet is a man-made reservoir located in the San Jacinto Mountains of southern California. It was created in 1895 to provide water for the surrounding area's agricultural needs. The lake is fed by the San Jacinto River and the snowpack from the nearby mountains. It has a capacity of 14,000 acre-feet and serves as a vital source of water for the Hemet Valley Municipal Water District. The lake is also a popular recreational destination, offering fishing, boating, camping, and hiking opportunities. In recent years, the lake has faced challenges with low water levels due to drought conditions. Nonetheless, it remains an important resource for the region.
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