Lake Level Alerts
Week of September 30, 2019 – Dry conditions continue and without significant rainfall, lake levels will continue to fall. High Rock Reservoir is approaching 4 feet down (the minimum elevation in September and October, as required by the Project license). Please be advised that Narrows Reservoir (Badin Lake) may fall to as much as 5 feet below its full pond elevation this week as Cube Yadkin continues to release the required downstream minimum flow (1,000 cfs). The Low Inflow Protocol (LIP) has not yet been triggered, and Cube Yadkin continues to operate the Project reservoirs within allowable operating ranges. Adjacent property owners are encouraged to use caution when navigating the lakes and to take whatever steps are necessary to protect personal property.
Lake Elevation Data
Cube Carolinas recognizes the importance of keeping lake residents and recreational users updated about current lake conditions. The information on this web site is designed to provide as much detail as possible about current lake levels, including hourly lake level measurements and a daily forecast.
Lake levels will fluctuate on a daily and seasonal basis due to weather conditions and electricity generation. The information contained on this web site is designed to provide accurate and timely information regarding current lake levels; however, this information is subject to change.
Cube Yadkin monitors flows from the High Rock and Narrows developments in accordance with the FERC-approved Yadkin Project Flow and Reservoir Elevation Monitoring Plan. Discharge from each development is recorded every 6 minutes and is posted below:
Additional actual flow discharge data for the previous week is available at Yadkin Project System Flow.
Yadkin River Basin stream flow information is available from the following U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) stream gauges: