Lake Hodges: April 2011 & April 2015

Another drought comparison. This one from nearby Lake Hodges, where I frequently take walks with Toni. April 2011 wasn’t too representative of course, since Lake Hodges was filled to the brim and actually overflowing (which only happened 13 times in the last 50 years). The normal pool elevation is 275 feet, while the spillway elevation is 314 feet above sea level (according to USGS maps). 

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