West-Virginia Reservoirs

Dam Levels Capacity Storage
June 14 2024


west-virginia Reservoir Report

June 14 2024


Location Observation 24hr Change (%) Percent Normal (%) Elevation (ft)
South Mill Creek Near Mozer
West-Virginia ID 01606900
8 ft 0 100 1285.6
Whetstone Rn Nr Mannington
West-Virginia ID 03061430
13 ft -0.07 99 1023.83
Dunkard Fork Near Majorsville
West-Virginia ID 03111950
40 ft -0.02 100 821.82
North Fork Hughes River Near Cairo
West-Virginia ID 03155405
41 ft -0.07 98 680.22
Tug Fork At Statts Mills
West-Virginia ID 03159750
50 ft -0.1 99 644.59
Middle Fork Brush Creek At Edison
West-Virginia ID 03178150
22 ft -0.05 100 2465.53
Marlin Run At Marlinton
West-Virginia ID 03182050
29 ft -0.03 100 2204.82
Dry Creek At Tuckahoe
West-Virginia ID 03182888
46 ft -0.04 100 2063.37
Mud River At Palermo
West-Virginia ID 03204250
21 ft -0.05 99 742.36

Get Unlimited Access with Snoflo Premium

Know before you go with climate maps, insightful analytics, weather forecasts and more!


Largest Reservoirs

By water storage capacity

The USA is home to many of the largest dams in the world, providing essential services such as water storage, hydropower generation, and flood control. Among them, Oroville Dam stands out as the tallest dam in the United States, located in northern California. Another famous dam is the Hoover Dam, located on the Colorado River between Arizona and Nevada. It is a major tourist attraction and an engineering marvel of the modern era, providing hydropower and water storage for millions of people.

Other notable dams in the USA include the Glen Canyon Dam in Arizona, which is the second-highest concrete arch dam in the country, and the Grand Coulee Dam in Washington, which is the largest electric power-producing facility in the USA. These dams are a critical component of the country's infrastructure, providing essential services for the economy, society, and the environment.

Reservoir Storage Capacity (acre-ft)

Drought Levels

By water storage capacity

The number and distribution of dams and reservoirs in the USA have been significantly impacted by climate change. The changing climate has led to changes in precipitation patterns, increased evaporation rates, and more frequent and severe droughts and floods in certain regions. These factors have influenced the management and operations of dams and reservoirs across the country.

Reservoir Storage Capacity (acre-ft) Percent of Normal (%)

Log Your Visit

When was your last visit to ?

Add a Photo

How was it? How were conditions?

Rate the


Submit

Leave A Review


Submit

Upload an Image


Favorite Limit Reached