Franklin Roosevelt Lake At Grand Coulee Dam
September 7 2023
100% of Normal • Normal
Water lake or reservoir water surface elevation above ngvd 1929, ft levels at Franklin Roosevelt Lake At Grand Coulee Dam are currently 1,284 ft, about 100% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately 1,279.43ft. Maximum recorded Lake or reservoir water surface elevation above NGVD 1929, ft since record keeping began in 2007 was 2011-08-02 when levels reached 1,290 ft. Lowest recorded Lake or reservoir water surface elevation above NGVD 1929, ft was 2011-05-07 when levels receded to 1,217.69 ft. View historical levels.
Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake is a reservoir created by the Grand Coulee Dam in Washington. The lake was named after President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who dedicated the dam in 1941. The dam is the largest hydroelectric facility in the United States and provides power to millions of homes. The lake has a surface area of over 100 square miles and is fed by the Columbia River and nearby snowpacks. It provides irrigation for agricultural land in the region and is a popular destination for recreational activities such as fishing, boating, and camping. The lake is also an important habitat for fish and wildlife, including salmon, trout, and bald eagles.
|Lake Or Reservoir Water Surface Elevation Above Ngvd 1929, Ft 24hr Change||0%|
|Percent of Normal||100%|
AREA SURFACE FLOWS
|OKANOGAN RIVER NEAR TONASKET||586 cfs||4.1 ft|
|OMAK CREEK NEAR OMAK||3 cfs||1.4 ft|
|COAL CREEK AT MOHLER||0 cfs||0.7 ft|
|CRAB CREEK NEAR MOSES LAKE||76 cfs||3.1 ft|
|WILSON CREEK BELOW CORBETT DRAW NEAR ALMIRA||1 cfs||3.5 ft|
|CRAB CREEK AT IRBY||2 cfs||0.6 ft|