The following chart of flows at the Clary Lake dam (in cubic feet per second, left hand scale) is generated automatically from data entered into the Clary Dam Operation Log. It includes Current Lake Level in Feet Below High Water (right hand scale). These charts are interactive: you can hover your mouse over a particular element and view the actual data point. They’re also generated in real-time by Google servers and may occasionally load slowly, or not at all.
This is an old chart but new to this page. It shows the lake level at it’s last reading (the date is in blue on the HWM line) and where it sits in relation to the top of the dam. It also shows the weir height. Sadly, it doesn’t show the gate opening. Yet.
This is a fun little chart. It’s interactive, so you can hover your mouse over the curve and see the water level and corresponding overtopping flows:
For mobile users: the images can’t be resized on the fly, but they are scrollable 🙂
The above chart can be a little confusing. Here’s a standalone chart showing the water level. Also show on the chart is the height of stop logs above the bottom of the weir, and the gate opening, both in feet. The gate is fully open at 1.70 feet.
Here’s a chart showing precipitation data.
My new favorite chart showing water levels for 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 compared: