How Much Water Is There?

Current % of Total Capacity

As of 4/27/2017
CFS – Cubic Feet per Second

Shasta 93%
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Outflow (CFS)
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Inflow (CFS)
Oroville 77%
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Folsom 76%
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Outflow (CFS)
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Inflow (CFS)
San Luis 97%
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Outflow (CFS)
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Inflow (CFS)
Millerton 51%
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Outflow (CFS)
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Inflow (CFS)
Cachuma Lake 48%
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Inflow (CFS)

Delta Flows

As of 4/27/2017
CFS – Cubic Feet per Second

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Jones Pumping Plant (CFS)
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Banks Pumping Plant (CFS)

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