HYRUM RESERVOIR

Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology


Hyrum Reservoir is located in Cache County in Utah and was constructed in 1935 as part of the Civilian Conservation Corps program. The reservoir has a capacity of 14,000 acre-feet and is primarily used for irrigation purposes in the Cache Valley. The hydrology of the reservoir is primarily fed by the Little Bear River, which is a tributary of the Bear River. The Little Bear River is a snowmelt-dominated stream and the reservoir receives a significant amount of its water supply from snowpack in the surrounding mountains. The reservoir is also popular for recreational activities such as fishing, boating, and camping, and is stocked with rainbow trout, bluegill, and channel catfish. Additionally, the reservoir supports several agricultural activities, including the cultivation of hay, barley, and corn.

June 13, 2024

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Windspeed

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Humidity

Storage 24hr Change -0.21%
Percent of Normal 102%
Minimum 48.01 acre-ft
1994-09-24
Maximum 16,240 acre-ft
1986-05-31
Average 14,136 acre-ft
Dam_Height 18
Hydraulic_Height 6
Year_Completed 1935
Nid_Storage 18685
Structural_Height 18
Foundations Rock
Surface_Area 480
River_Or_Stream LITTLE BEAR RIVER
Dam_Length 850
Hazard_Potential High
Primary_Dam_Type Earth
Nid_Height 18

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