Hetch-Hetchy Reservoir in Yosemite National Park is now at 151% of its average for this time of year and 68% full.
A series of rain and snow producing storms hammered the Mother Lode earlier this month and replenished many of the area´s reservoirs. New Hogan Reservoir is at 118% of its average and 48%. Donnell´s is significantly lower, where it contains only 62-percent of its average amount of water and is just 18% full. Tulloch is faring a little better with 96% of its average and is at 81% of its capacity. New Melones Reservoir is at 97% of its average for mid-January and is filled with water to 54% of its capacity. The massive Don Pedro Reservoir, fed by the Tuolumne River, is also doing well, with 113% of its average amount of H-2-O and is 75% full.