Lake Lanier Georgia Statistics

Pertinent data for Lake Lanier (volumes, shoreline estimates, etc). Latest ACoE data and 5 week forecast (PDF).
ACoE graph of lake elevation for the last 365 days. Real-time water data for Buford Dam.
Graph of the lake elevation for the life of the project. More graphs and trivia.
Buford Dam water release info: 770-945-1466. Lake Lanier info: 770-945-1467.
How can inflow be negative? Answer here. ACF basin diagram (PDF)

With the exception of the values for the change in 12 AM and 6 AM levels, all lake
level values to the right of the decimal point are 100'ths of a foot.

Lake Allatoona data now available (full pool rule still needs work)

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Lake Lanier Georgia Statistics
Last Updated on 04-21-2018 at 9:05 AM

12:00 AM Pool Level

1070.36 MSL (down 0.36" since yesterday)

6:00 AM Pool Level

1070.38 MSL (down 0.24" since yesterday)

Full Pool Level

1070.68 MSL (-0.32' deficit at 12:00 AM)

Average 12:00 AM Level

1069.75 MSL (this day, past 58 years)

Next Record High

4.18' (1074.54 MSL on 2018-04-08)

Next Record Low

-0.05' (1070.31 MSL on 2018-04-15)

Inflow

1024 CFS

Outflow

1601 CFS (-577 CFS deficit)

Power Generation

410 MWH

Rainfall (6AM-6AM)

0.00 Inches

All data comes from the Army Corps of Engineers.
Data is normally updated by the ACoE around 7:30 AM CST, this page at 9:05 AM EST
MSL = Mean Sea Level, CFS = Cubic Feet per Second, MWH = Megawatt Hours


Flow Rate Conversions
Last Updated on 04-21-2018 at 9:05 AM

 

Cubic Feet Per Second

Gallons Per Second

Gallons Per Minute

Gallons Per Hour

Gallons Per Day

Inflow

1024

7,660

459,603

27,576,186

661,828,485

Outflow

1601

11,976

718,578

43,114,721

1,034,753,325

Difference

-577

-4,316

-258,975

-15,538,535

-372,924,840


Lake Lanier Records
Last Updated on 04-21-2018 at 9:05 AM

 

Monthly

Yearly

Record

Last*

12:00 AM Full Pool High

1074.54 MSL on 2018-04-08

1074.54 MSL on 2018-04-08

1077.15 MSL on 1964-04-14

1070.39 MSL on 2018-04-20 (1 days ago)

12:00 AM Full Pool Low

1070.31 MSL on 2018-04-15

1065.91 MSL on 2018-01-06

1050.79 MSL on 2007-12-26

1070.31 MSL on 2018-04-15 (6 days ago)

6:00 AM Full Pool High

1074.56 MSL on 2018-04-08

1074.56 MSL on 2018-04-08

1077.17 MSL on 1964-04-14

1070.4 MSL on 2018-04-20 (1 days ago)

6:00 AM Full Pool Low

1070.32 MSL on 2018-04-15

1065.91 MSL on 2018-01-06

1050.79 MSL on 2007-12-28

1070.32 MSL on 2018-04-15 (6 days ago)

Inflow Low

1024 CFS on 2018-04-21

-47 CFS on 2018-01-04

-2529 CFS on 2005-02-01

536 CFS on 2018-02-03 (77 days ago)

Inflow High

3458 CFS on 2018-04-16

14284 CFS on 2018-02-12

56913 CFS on 1961-12-12

1333 CFS on 2018-04-20 (1 days ago)

Outflow Low

1386 CFS on 2018-04-09

628 CFS on 2018-02-15

0 CFS on 1964-01-25

1526 CFS on 2018-04-20 (1 days ago)

Outflow High

4597 CFS on 2018-04-02

4597 CFS on 2018-04-02

9827 CFS on 1990-02-26

2013 CFS on 2018-04-17 (4 days ago)

Generation Low

352 MWH on 2018-04-09

39 MWH on 2018-02-15

0 MWH on 1960-07-01

390 MWH on 2018-04-20 (1 days ago)

Generation High

896 MWH on 2018-04-15

1138 MWH on 2018-03-03

2554 MWH on 1990-02-26

411 MWH on 2018-04-19 (2 days ago)

Rainfall Low

0 Inches on 2018-04-01

-4 Inches on 2018-02-01

-4 Inches on 2018-02-01

0 Inches on 2018-04-20 (1 days ago)

Rainfall High

0.81 Inches on 2018-04-16

1 Inches on 2018-03-30

5.9 Inches on 2000-08-02

0.81 Inches on 2018-04-16 (5 days ago)

* 'Last' means the last date the item of interest was lower or higher than the value for today. Example: the current 6AM full pool level is 1070.00 on January 1st, 2007, and the lake level has been slowly
lowering. If the last date the lake was at 1070.00 was exactly two years ago, January 1st, 2005 will be displayed. This display is not intuitive, so feel free to email jcwren@jcwren.com with any suggestions.

All data comes from the Army Corps of Engineers.
Data is normally updated by the ACoE around 7:30 AM CST, this page at 9:05 AM EST
MSL = Mean Sea Level, CFS = Cubic Feet per Second, MWH = Megawatt Hours



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