LAGO YAHUECAS NR ADJUNTAS

Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology


Lago Yahuecas is a natural lake located in the mountainous region of Adjuntas, Puerto Rico. The lake is surrounded by lush vegetation and features crystal-clear waters. Lago Yahuecas has a rich history, as it was used by the Taíno Indians to purify their bodies and spirits. The hydrology of the lake is mainly fed by surface flow and snowpack from the surrounding mountains. The lake is a vital source of water for agricultural purposes, and its waters are also used for recreational activities such as swimming and boating. The surrounding area is known for its coffee plantations, which use the lake's water for irrigation. Lago Yahuecas is an essential natural resource in Puerto Rico and its preservation is vital for the local ecosystem and economy.

June 15, 2024

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Lake Or Reservoir Water Surface Elevation Above Ngvd 1929, Ft 24hr Change 0%
Percent of Normal 100%
Minimum 1,462.87 ft
2014-09-03
Maximum 1,472.85 ft
2014-11-04
Average 1,468 ft
Dam_Height 90
Hydraulic_Height 86
Drainage_Area 17.4
Year_Completed 1956
Nid_Storage 2400
Structural_Height 90
Foundations Rock
Surface_Area 55
Hazard_Potential High
Outlet_Gates None
River_Or_Stream RIO BLANCO
Primary_Dam_Type Gravity
Nid_Height 90

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