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FEATURED LAKE
Loon Lake Reservoir is a reservoir in the Eldorado National Forest of El Dorado County, California, United States. The 76,200 acre·ft lake is formed by Loon Lake Dam, completed in 1963 as part of the Upper American River Project by Sacramento Municipal Utility District to conserve spring snow melt runoff for use during the summer and autumn for hyd...
    Full Pool: 6,395.6 MSL    

TOP 10 LAKES ONLINE BY MEMBERS
1. Lake Martin (AL) 9,524 Members
2. Lake Lanier (GA) 3,324 Members
3. Weiss Lake (AL GA) 2,596 Members
4. Smith Lake (AL) 2,534 Members
5. Logan Martin Lake (AL) 2,441 Members
6. Lake Hartwell (GA SC) 2,018 Members
7. Lake Travis (TX) 1,734 Members
8. Table Rock Lake (MO) 1,157 Members
9. Lake Conroe (TX) 849 Members
10. Lake Eufaula (AL GA) 793 Members

CURRENT DAILY STREAMFLOW CONDITIONS
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75th - 89th percentile
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10th - 24th percentile
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The colored dots on this map depict streamflow conditions as a percentile, which is computed from the period of record for the current day of the year. Only stations with at least 30 years of record are used. The gray circles indicate other stations that were not ranked in percentiles either because they have fewer than 30 years of record or because they report parameters other than streamflow. Some stations, for example, measure stage only.
U.S. Daily Streamflow Conditions