Lake Level Projections
A link to the Corps of Engineers web site showing the 10-day projection of lake levels is listed below. This site shows actual lake levels for 7 days, and a 10-day projection following the 7-days of actual data. These data are shown in the 2nd column (headed SOP POOL) of the data table. http://water.sas.usace.army.mil/text/decl.htm
The current lake level, along with other data and information for streams and lakes in the Savannah River Basin, can be obtained from http://water.sas.usace.army.mil/home/index.htm
A table showing observed lake levels, Hartwell Lake rule curve, a 1-week estimated projection of lake levels, and numerous other data can be seen by going to the following Corps of Engineers web page. http://water.sas.usace.army.mil/declarations.cfm/. A 10-week projection can be obtained at the top of this same COE page by selecting "10-week pool projections" and then selecting the reservoir and projection date from the list that opens.
Lake Level Alerts
Lake Level Alert is a monitoring service that alerts you via email when water levels for Hartwell Lake become too high or too low. LakeLevelAlert.com is a free service for anyone to use. Just go to http://www.lakelevelalert.com to find out about the details and how you can sign up for it. This service is especially useful for people who don’t live on the lake full-time and may need notification about lake levels so they can move their dock in or out.
NOTICE: Recent attempts to use the "Lake Level Alert" indicate it is not functioning as intended. We will attempt to correct this as soon as possible.