Download Data to ExcelToday is : Thu Nov 21 09:08:57 MST 2019Reservoir : LAKE POWELL
Date Elevation (feet)
01-Oct-2018 3590.46
01-Sep-2018 3592.28
01-Aug-2018 3597.12
01-Jul-2018 3603.80
01-Jun-2018 3609.98
01-May-2018 3611.54
01-Apr-2018 3609.39
01-Mar-2018 3612.23
01-Feb-2018 3616.02
01-Jan-2018 3619.14
01-Dec-2017 3622.85
01-Nov-2017 3625.29
01-Oct-2017 3627.09
01-Sep-2017 3628.31
01-Aug-2017 3630.88
01-Jul-2017 3634.69
01-Jun-2017 3634.89
01-May-2017 3619.09
01-Apr-2017 3604.14
01-Mar-2017 3595.91
01-Feb-2017 3594.33
01-Jan-2017 3595.86
01-Dec-2016 3600.49
01-Nov-2016 3605.81
  
* Min/Max values shown in this table are based on 30-year period of water years 1980 through 2010. Water years begin on October 1st and end on September 30th.
** Inflow is computed based on reservoir release and change in reservoir storage (and reservoir evaporation and change in bank storage when these parameters are accounted for).
*** Unregulated Inflow adjusts for the effects of operations at upstream reservoirs. It is computed by adding the change in storage and the evaporation losses from upstream reservoirs to the observed inflow.
^ Modified Unregulated Inflow applies to Navajo Reservoir only and adjusts the Unregulated Inflow to Navajo Reservoir by the effects of the operation of Azotea Tunnel which exports water from the San Juan River Basin. It is computed by adding the volume of water exported through the Azotea Tunnel to the Unregulated Inflow for Navajo Reservoir.

Please contact the Operations Group via e-mail at ResourceMgr@usbr.gov for additional questions or information.

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