US Army Corps of Engineers
Rock Island District

Reservoir Status

(Updated: June 10, 2019)

Saylorville Lake: The Lake was at elevation 868.9 feet Friday morning and slowly falling (no change in the last 24 hours), using 49.2% of the available flood control storage. The outflow was near 16,000 cfs. The pool crested at 868.94 feet on 06 June, utilizing 49.2% of the available flood storage. The lake is expected to begin falling, and be near 855 feet at the end of the forecast period.

Lake Red Rock: The Lake was at elevation 771.7 feet on Friday morning and falling (-0.7 feet in the last 24 hours), using 66.1% of the available flood control storage. The outflow was near 43,000 cfs. The lake is expected to continue falling and be near 757 feet at the end of the forecast period.

Coralville Lake: The Lake was at elevation 704.5 feet on Friday morning and falling (-0.1 ft in the last 24 hours), using 58.9% of the available flood control storage. The outflow was near 10,000 cfs. The pool crested at 704.69 feet on 5 June, utilizing 59.6% of the available flood control storage. The lake is expected to continue falling and be near 695 feet at the end of the forecast period.

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