Click below for a direct live feed showing the current water levels of Lake Okeechobee as shown on the US Army Corp of Engineers Website. This current Water level is always updating with live water level conditions for Lake Okeechobee.
The water levels on lake Okeechobee will fluctuate 3-5 feet per year. The normal water levels on the lake in the winter time range in the 14-16 feet above sea level. The normal water level on Lake Okeechobee in the summer months range in the 12-15 feet above sea level.
The main reason of water levels in lake Okeechobee rising is caused from the run off from rain in the Kissimmee valley. This area is the land that is between Orlando and Lake Okeechobee. The two reasons the water levels in Okeechobee fall is from evaporation and farming.
The summer months usually provide most of the rain, from either the afternoon rain showers or a dreaded Hurricane, this is when the water levels rise in Lake Okeechobee the fastest. During the winter months the water levels in Okeechobee will consistently fall from January through June. If you have any question about the Lake Okeechobee Water Levels just give us a call.
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