Lake Waccamaw - North     Gauge ID: WCN2



Height Date Time Notes
1.50
04-24-2020
15:14:00
email with photos: level ok, sunny, high clouds, breezey, reading @ 1.50
1.70
04-17-2020
15:07:00
email with photos showing waves from 1.60 to 1.80: 3:07, level ok, sunny, very windy, high waves, lots of mayflies
1.80
04-08-2020
13:20:00
email with photos: @ 1:20, level ok, reading 1.80,bright sunny, very light breeze
2.06
04-01-2020
15:25:00
email with photos showing waves from 2.04 to 2.08: 3:25, level ok , heavy clouds, light breeze
2.00
03-23-2020
14:55:00
email with photos: 2:55,grey sky, light breeze, reading 2.00
2.20
03-16-2020
11:05:00
email with photos: 11:05, bright sunny, light clouds on the horizon, slight breeze, reading 2.20
2.38
03-11-2020
09:22:00
email with photos: level ok, light breeze, sunny, clear blue sky
2.35
03-07-2020
16:50:00
email with photos: level ok, blue cloudless sky, almost no breeze
2.30
02-29-2020
15:55:00
email with photos: high clouds, sunny, windy, lots of sea gulls on the pier
2.40
02-20-2020
12:30:00
email with photos: 12:30, raining, slight breeze, level ok, reading 2.40
2.66
02-15-2020
15:00:00
email with photos: Sorry about yesterday. Too much rain. Today 3:00, level ok, slight breeze,
1.60
02-04-2020
03:30:00
email with photos: 3:30, partially cloudy, level ok , medium breeze ,warm-70, 1.60
1.55
01-18-2020
10:45:00
email with photos: level ok, light breeze, light overcast clouds, 1.55 reading
1.62
01-12-2020
14:20:00
email with photos: level ok, almost no breeze , light gray overcast, intermittent misty rain
1.60
01-08-2020
00:01:00
email with photos and no time (date only). Photos were very washed out, did not show markings on gauge. However, staff used the grommets on the gauge and the water level to determine lake height from the photo.
1.61
01-03-2020
14:00:00
email with photos showing waves ranging from 1.54 to 1.68: level ok, heavy clouds, some sun, breezy, difficult to read the gauge
1.03
12-04-2019
09:30:00
email with photos: Wednesday morning @ 9:30, conditions same as at the dam but water level is lower. **Photos were too washed out to see the markings, but project staff used the location of the grommets and water level to calculate lake height.