2013-02-12: The rating curve for Lake Daniel has been updated and replaced with data from the Texas Water Development Board's Report 126.
Lake Daniel: 29.9% full as of 2013-01-06
Lake Daniel is no longer actively monitored.. The elevation-storage rating curve used to produce the storage hydrograph is made of two segments: (1) the segment up to the conservation pool top (below the red line) is based on measured data, and (2) the segment in the flood pool (above the red line) is an extrapolation from the first segment and shouldn't be relied upon for flood storage information.
Mean Water Level
Percent Full is based on Conservation Storage and Conservation Capacity and doesn't account for storage in flood pool.
Values above, including today's are averaged conditions. For near real-time instantaneous water level, see table below or the interactive map viewer.
Most Recent Instantaneous Water Level
Sorry, no recent instantaneous water level available at this time.
|Dead pool elevation||1,250.0 ft above NGVD29|
|Service spillway crest elevation||1,278.0 ft above NGVD29|
|Emergency spillway crest elevation||1,284.5 ft above NGVD29|
|Top of dam elevation||1,295.5 ft above NGVD29|
|Conservation pool elevation||1,278.0 ft above NGVD29|
|Data download (CSV)||period of record, last one year, last 30 days|