Category Archives: Technical Lake Stuff

October 2017 Water Level Chart Archived

I have archived the October 2017 Water Level Chart (at left). The most notable feature of the October chart is how flat the lake level was and how little it rose despite heavy rains at the end of the month.  We received … Continue reading

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27 October 2017: Much Needed Rain Has Little Effect On Clary Lake Water Level

We just received 5.15″ of rain in a little over 2 days which, had we not been suffering under drought conditions, would have brought the lake up close to two feet or more. However because so much of the rainfall … Continue reading

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09 October 2017: The Beavers Are Back

The water level of Clary Lake has effectively bottomed out this fall about a foot higher than it did last fall. I know the outflow rate has been slowed down considerably as a result of thick vegetation in the outlet … Continue reading

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September 2017 Water Level Chart Archived

I have archived the September 2017 Water Level Chart (at left). The most notable feature of the September chart is how little the lake level changed over the course of the month: the lake level dropped only 1.56″ from the first day … Continue reading

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August 2017 Water Level Chart Archived

I have archived the August 2017 Water Level Chart (at left). The most notable feature of the August chart is the same thing that stood out in the June and July charts: how slowly the lake level fell especially considering how little … Continue reading

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July 2017 Water Level Chart Archived

I have archived the July 2017 Water Level Chart (at left). The most notable feature of the July chart is how slowly the lake level fell especially considering how little rainfall we received over the month. We saw this same phenomena in … Continue reading

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June 2017 Water Level Chart Archived

I have archived the June 2017 Water Level Chart (at left). The most notable feature of the June chart is the slow steady decline in the water level on the one hand, and how little the lake level actually fell … Continue reading

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