California reservoir race: Which reservoir filled up first?

Lake Oroville can be seen in March. (CDWR).

Which part of California filled up first?

Lake Oroville can be seen in March. It’s called CDWR.

According to data from the California Department of Water Resources, at least one of the state’s reservoirs is at capacity for the first time in years. There are high levels.

The Golden State has experienced wet weather over the past few months. San Luis, Cachuma, and Castaic were included. Which one took the victory this week?

On Wednesday, the Cachuma Reservoir reached 100% of its capacity. The measurement is commonly used for water. According to the Water Education Foundation.

It is located on the Santa Ynez River, 25 miles northwest of the city of Santa Barbara. Water is sent through the Santa Ynez mountains to supply residents in the South Coast region.

For the past few weeks, San Luis has been sitting at 99% capacity. The rapid growth of the reservoir made it seem like it would be the winner in the race.

The Castaic Reservoir in Southern California has been almost completely filled for the past two weeks. In the year 2021, Castaic provided water to more than 4 million Californians.

Scheduled releases from Lake Oroville into the Feather River have been maintained. The levels of the Feather River quickly returned to normal after this happened. With the releases, the Oroville water levels have remained constant at an 85% capacity.

The wet weather has benefited the state. Many in Central California could be at risk from further flooding as the now record breaking snowpack begins to melt.

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