June 6 2023
71,216 acre-ft+0.41% today
101% of Normal • Normal
Water storage levels at Lake Silverwood are currently 71,216 acre-ft, about 101% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately 70,134.73acre-ft.
Maximum recorded Storage since record keeping began in 2011 was 2013-11-25 when levels reached 73,987 acre-ft. Lowest recorded Storage was 2020-11-17 when levels receded to 52,188 acre-ft.
Lake Silverwood is a reservoir located in Southern California's San Bernardino County. It was created in 1971 as part of the State Water Project and is now managed by the California Department of Water Resources. The lake has a capacity of 73,000 acre-feet of water and serves as a crucial source of hydroelectric power and irrigation for surrounding agricultural areas. The lake is fed by the Mojave River and snowpack from nearby mountains. Its primary recreational uses include fishing, boating, and camping. The area surrounding the lake has a rich history, with evidence of Native American settlements and mining activities dating back centuries. Today, Lake Silverwood remains an important resource for the region's economy and ecosystem.
|Storage 24hr Change||0.41%|
|Percent of Normal||101%|
|Vail Lk Nr Temecula Ca|