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AHQ Report - Lake Keowee

February 28

Lake Keowee is at 98.0% of full pool and water clarity remains high on the main lake with some light stain in the backs of major creeks. Morning surface water temperatures are now in the mid- to upper 50s throughout most of the lake, with low 60s found mid-lake. 

February 22

Lake Keowee is at 98.4% of full pool and water clarity remains high on the main lake with some stain in the backs of major creeks. Morning surface water temperatures are now mostly in the mid to upper 50s, with lower 60s found north of the Hot Hole to Crowe Creek. 

February 17

Lake Keowee is at 98.6% of full pool and water clarity remains good on the main lake while there is some stain in the backs of major creeks. Morning surface water temperatures are in the low 60s around the nuclear plant and north for a few miles.  On the south end temperatures are in the high 50s, while on the north end they are in the low 50s.

February 8

Lake Keowee is at 98.0% of full pool and water clarity is good on the main lake while the backs of major creeks are stained. Water temperatures in the mid-50s are common on most of the lake, temperatures in the low-60s can be found just north of the nuclear plant, and the coldest water is at the Jocassee dam.

February 1

Lake Keowee is at 99.1% of full pool and the creeks remain stained. Water temperatures have remained stable the past week with mid-50s common on most of the lake and some water in the low-60s mid-lake. 

January 26

Lake Keowee is at 98.8% of full pool and heavy rains again this week have the backs of major creeks stained to very stained.  The main lake remains relatively clear.  Water temperatures have likely hit the low of the year this past week with low 50s common on most of the lake with the highs right around 60 mid-lake.  More heavy rain is expected in the next day or two. 

January 18

Lake Keowee is at 98.9% of full pool and heavy rains over the past week have resulted in the backs of major creeks being muddy and the main lake has some stain as well.  Water temperatures over most of the lake are now in the low 50s with the exception being near the nuclear facility where they remain around 60 degrees.

January 11

Lake Keowee is at 99.4% of full pool and major rainfall on Tuesday has resulted in every major creek or drain becoming muddy.  The stain extends out to the main lake in some locations. Water temperatures remain in the low 50s over most of the lake.  The very back of creeks are in the high 40s, with the warmest water mid-lake around 60 degrees.

January 4

Lake Keowee is at 97.6% of full pool and the backs of creeks are stained and Cane Creek is particularly stained all the way out to the main lake. Morning surface water temperatures are most commonly in the low to mid-50s, although low to mid-60s are still present near the nuclear facility. 

December 29

Lake Keowee is at 97.7% of full pool and, while water clarity remains good on the main lake, heavy rains over the past few days have resulted in the backs of major creeks becoming stained to muddy. Morning surface water temperatures are in the mid- to upper 50s over most of the lake but remain in the low 60s near the nuclear facility.    

December 21

Lake Keowee is at 97.8% of full pool and water clarity remains very high on the main lake. Morning surface water temperatures are now in the low to mid-50s over most of the lake with the warmest water mid-lake around 60 degrees. 

December 8

Lake Keowee is at 99.0% of full pool and water clarity remains very high on the main lake. Morning surface water temperatures are now in the low 60s over most of the lake.  

November 30

Lake Keowee is at 98.7% of full pool and water clarity is very high on the main lake. Morning surface water temperatures are now in the low 60s over most of the lake with the warmest water mid-lake near the nuclear facility.

November 25

Lake Keowee is at 97.6% of full pool but levels continue to fluctuate significantly, and water clarity is very high on the main lake. Morning surface water temperatures are now in the mid-60s over most of the lake.

November 16

Lake Keowee is at 98.0% of full pool and water clarity is normal. Morning surface water temperatures are now in the 60s over most of the lake.

November 9

Lake Keowee is at 96.8% of full pool and water clarity is normal. Morning surface water temperatures are in the low 70s over most of the lake.

November 2

Lake Keowee is at 97.4% of full pool and water clarity is even higher than normal. Morning surface water temperatures have dropped to about 70 degrees over most of the lake.

October 27

Lake Keowee is at 97.3% of full pool and water clarity is normal. Morning surface water temperatures over most of the lake are still around the mid-70s. 

October 19

Lake Keowee is up to 98.5% of full pool and the main lake is clear. Morning surface water temperatures over most of the lake are now in the mid-70s. 

October 12

Lake Keowee is at 96.9% of full pool and the main lake is clear. Morning surface water temperatures range from about 77-80 degrees, with the coolest water in the backs of creeks and on the north end of the lake. 

October 7

Lake Keowee is at 96.9% of full pool and the main lake is clear. Morning surface water temperatures are still about 80 degrees over most of the lake. 

September 28

Lake Keowee is at 97.3% of full pool and the main lake is clear. Morning surface water temperatures are about 80 degrees on the north and south ends while the mid-lake is still in the lower 80s first-thing. 

September 21

Lake Keowee is at 97.2% of full pool and the main lake is clear. Morning surface water temperatures have dropped into the low 80s over most of the lake. 

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