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Hartwell 660.48 ft-msl, 23 May 08:00:00
Hartwell Storage currently 2576719 AC-FT
Hartwell Guide Curve = 660.00 2549600 AC-FT
Hartwell is 0.48 feet above Guide Curve.
90.7% Flood Control Storage Remaining,    265,981 AC-FT
Russell 474.61 ft-msl, 23 May 08:00:00
Russell Storage currently 1015888 AC-FT
Russell Guide Curve = 475.00 1026244 AC-FT
Russell is 0.39 feet down from Guide Curve.(475 ft-msl)
91.8% Conservation Storage Remaining,    150,278 AC-FT

Thurmond 330.23 ft-msl, 23 May 08:00:00
Thurmond Storage currently 2527941 AC-FT
Thurmond Guide Curve = 330.00 2510000 AC-FT
Thurmond is 0.23 feet above Guide Curve.
95.4% Flood Control Storage Remaining,   372,059 AC-FT

Current System Storage,    6,120,548 AC-FT
Total System Flood Storage Available,    823,022 AC-FT
Flood Storage Utilized ,    45,060 AC-FT,    5.5%
Flood Storage Remaining ,    777,962 AC-FT,    94.5%
System Conservation Storage available(GC - Inactive),    2,587,364 AC-FT
Current System Conservation Storage,    2,587,364 AC-FT   100%
Total System Inactive Storage,    3,498,480 AC-FT,   100%
Thursday May 23, 2024

Savannah River System
Pool Schematic

It is our objective to balance the Hartwell and Thurmond pools in a foot per foot manner for the top 15 feet. Once the pools have declined below this point, they balance based on percent of depth remaining in their respective conservation pools. If pools decline below Level 1, flow reductions are made from the system in accordance to the Savannah River Basin Drought Plan. These drought releases correspond to the minimum flows needed to support downstream water quality and water supply.