NEWTON RESERVOIR

Reservoir Levels Weather Hydrology


Newton Reservoir is located in Cache County, Utah and was constructed in 1963 to provide irrigation water to nearby agricultural areas. The reservoir has a capacity of 10,000 acre-feet and is fed by several small streams as well as snowpack runoff from the surrounding mountains. The hydrology of the reservoir is closely monitored by the Utah Division of Water Resources to ensure proper management of both agricultural and recreational uses. During the summer months, the reservoir is a popular spot for boating and fishing. The surface flow of the reservoir is regulated to provide consistent water levels for irrigation purposes. The snowpack from the surrounding mountains also contributes to the reservoir's water supply, with the highest snowfall typically occurring in the winter months.

July 18, 2024

°F

°F

mph

Windspeed

%

Humidity

Storage 24hr Change -0.82%
Percent of Normal 137%
Minimum 1 acre-ft
2015-09-01
Maximum 5,800.77 acre-ft
2005-06-09
Average 2,533 acre-ft
Nid_Height 104
Hydraulic_Height 74
Primary_Dam_Type Earth
Drainage_Area 56
Years_Modified 1987 - Hydraulic, 1987 - Structural
Year_Completed 1946
Hazard_Potential High
Structural_Height 104
River_Or_Stream CLARKSTON CREEK
Surface_Area 297
Nid_Storage 5594
Dam_Length 3340

Regional Streamflow

178

Cubic Feet Per Second

7

Cubic Feet Per Second

105

Cubic Feet Per Second

219

Cubic Feet Per Second

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