Water Levels

Lake Okeechobee Water Levels

These are direct live feeds from US Army Corp of Engineers Websites showing the current water levels and changes in water levels of Lake Okeechobee.
The first feed is current Water level, it is always updating with autocratic water level conditions for Lake Okeechobee.

This feed of Lake Okeechobee provides via satellite pump & water flows around Lake Okeechobee including all depth changes. If the feed is not readable here’s a link to Water Management page.

This chart provides monthly Okeechobee water levels, compared over a two year period. Graph shows high and lows months as a comparable during different time frames.
The water levels on lake Okeechobee will fluctuate 6 feet in some years, others a foot or two. The normal water levels on Lake Okeechobee range from 12-15 feet above sea level. The normal water level on Okeechobee in the summer months range in the 11-14 feet above sea level. The water levels on lake Okeechobee mainly raise and lower do rain or the lack of.

Most all freshwater in Florida runs North to South, making the main replenishing areas between Orlando and Lake Okeechobee.

Summer months usually bring most of the rain, mainly during normal years from afternoon rain showers or either tropical storms and hurricanes. This is when the most of the water levels rise in Lake Okeechobee the fastest. During the winter months the water levels in Okeechobee will consistently fall from January thru June. The lake fishes like most rivers…much better on a fall tide vs a rising tide.

These Lake Okeechobee water levels provided by the US Army. Thank for using our site and don’t forget to “Add this page to your favorites.”

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