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Lake Oroville Water Level including historical chart. The Drought Monitor focuses on broad-scale conditions. Local conditions may vary.

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The water level of California’s Lake Oroville has jumped by 17 feet in just 10 days as rounds of heavy rain soaked the region. Lake Oroville, California's second largest water reservoir, is just ...

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The dam's water level fluctuates throughout the year and is dependent on precipitation and melting snowpack. The Oroville Dam sits on man-made Lake Oroville, creating one of California's largest reservoirs. The dam's crest level is 922 feet. Record low for Oroville Lake is 645 feet, which was set in 1977.

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Lake Oroville SRA . All launch ramps at Lake Oroville SRA are subject to change due to water level. For the most current Lake Level Status CLICK HERE. For confirmation of the current ramp status contact the Lake Oroville Visitor Center at (530) 538-2219.

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Lake Oroville Dam Spillway Live Stream DWC LIVE STREAM 49 watching Live now Oroville Lake Emergency Spillway Aerial Video - Sat Feb. 11, 2017 - Duration: 1:57.

waterdata.usgs.gov/wa/nwis/uv?site_no=12439000

Map of site. Station operated in cooperation with the International Joint Commission (IJC). Lake level is managed under IJC Orders of Approval. Graphs of actual and allowable lake levels per IJC Orders of Approval. Subscribe to receive notice when lake levels are outside a user-specified range

www.latimes.com/local/california/la-live-updates-oroville-dam-lake-oroville...

The chart below shows how the water level at the Oroville reservoir has been reduced over the last 24 hours. According to a spokesman for the Department of Water Resources, water is pouring down ...

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The State Water Project's principal reservoir, Lake Oroville, holds 50 percent of its 3.5 million acre-foot capacity. "We cannot stress enough," said DWR Director Mark Cowin, "that water conservation will be critical in stretching our supplies to the maximum extent possible throughout the coming year." Photos of Lake Oroville on March 2, 2015.

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Most Recent Reservoir Storage Data Sorted Geographically By River Basin. Provisional data, subject to change. Query executed Monday at 17:50:32