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Update: Lake McClure reaches 65% of Capacity:Storage Enhancement would benefit reservoir level
1/12/2017 - Since the storms reached Central California last week, Lake McClure has risen approximately 40 feet and captured approximately 150,000 acre feet of storm-water flowing down the Merced River from Yosemite National Park.
As of today, Lake McClure is more than 65 percent of its full capacity, up from approximately 43 percent last week prior to the storms and Yosemite Valley flooding. In total, the reservoir is holding approximately 652,000 acre feet of water as of today, Jan. 12, 2017. CLICK HERE to read more.
Water Watch - Lake McClure Water Storage and Local Water Conditions