LEROY ANDERSON

Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology

California Reservoirs Coyote Watershed

Leroy Anderson

RESERVOIR REPORT
February 20 2024

10,769 acre-ft

+1.06% today
59% of Normal Very Low

Water storage levels at Leroy Anderson are currently 10,769 acre-ft, about 59% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately 18,508acre-ft. Maximum recorded Storage since record keeping began in 2021 was 2023-06-16 when levels reached 11,754,848,387,072 acre-ft. Lowest recorded Storage was 2023-10-19 when levels receded to 2,893 acre-ft. View historical levels.

Leroy Anderson in California is a historical area located in the northern part of the state. This region has a rich history of hydrology, with several surface flow and snowpack providers that sustain the agricultural and recreational industries. The region is known for its extensive network of irrigation canals, which have been used to water crops and support the local economy for generations. Additionally, the area is popular among recreational enthusiasts who come to fish, hike, and camp in the nearby National Forest. Despite its remote location, Leroy Anderson in California remains an important part of the state's heritage and economy, thanks to its unique blend of natural resources and human ingenuity.

Geolocation -121.632, 37.165
Elevation 640 ft
Storage 24hr Change 1.06%
Percent of Normal 59%
Minimum 2,893 acre-ft
2023-10-19
Maximum 11,754,848,387,072 acre-ft
2023-06-16
Average 18,508 acre-ft
AREA SURFACE FLOWS
Streamgauge Streamflow Stage
PAJARO R A CHITTENDEN CA 363 cfs 6.2 ft
COYOTE C BL COYOTE RES NR SAN MARTIN CA 368 cfs 6.0 ft
SAN BENITO R A HWY 156 NR HOLLISTER CA 511 cfs 12.0 ft
CORRALITOS C A FREEDOM CA 105 cfs 4.6 ft
SAN LORENZO R A BIG TREES CA 1,330 cfs 8.2 ft
COYOTE C NR GILROY CA 281 cfs 5.7 ft
PACHECO C NR DUNNEVILLE CA 208 cfs 3.7 ft

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