South Climate Division Reservoirs: Monitored Water Supply Reservoirs are 45.7% full on 2017-03-29

Historical Data

Date Percent Full Reservoir Storage
(acre-ft)
Conservation Storage
(acre-ft)
Conservation Capacity
(acre-ft)
Today 2017-03-29 45.7 1,323,352 1,129,640 2,470,788
Yesterday 2017-03-28 45.7 1,323,352 1,129,640 2,470,788
2 days ago 2017-03-27 46.0 1,331,773 1,136,592 2,470,788
1 week ago 2017-03-22 46.7 1,352,727 1,153,613 2,470,788
1 month ago 2017-02-28 44.4 1,296,373 1,096,798 2,470,788
3 months ago 2016-12-29 45.1 1,425,077 1,113,919 2,470,788
6 months ago 2016-09-29 42.5 1,297,500 1,049,412 2,470,788
1 year ago 2016-03-29 51.4 1,884,696 1,270,073 2,470,788
*

 Percent Full is based on Conservation Storage and Conservation Capacity and doesn't account for storage in flood pool.

Area Map

Reservoir Storage

Reservoir Percent Full Water Level
(ft)
Height Above Conservation Pool
(ft)
Reservoir Storage
(acre-ft)
Conservation Storage
(acre-ft)
Conservation Capacity
(acre-ft)
Surface Area
(acres)
Choke Canyonas of 2017-03-28 39.7 200.48 -20.02 263,372 263,371 662,820 14,959
Corpus Christias of 2017-03-28 94.8 93.26 -0.74 243,855 243,556 256,961 17,977
Falcon 1as of 2017-03-28 40.1 271.01 -30.09 816,125 622,713 1,551,007 39,855
footnotes
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Lake Falcon straddles the border of Texas and Mexico. By treaty, Texas has rights 58.6% of the total conservation capacity. The fraction of the actual storage that belongs to Texas is formally determined biweekly by the International Boundary Water Commission (IBWC). The IBWC is the legal repository of data related to this lake for treaty purposes and official versions of the datasets should be obtained directly from them. Conservation capacity is based on 58.6% of total conservation capacity. Conservation storage is based on the bi-weekly changing Texas share.