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  • See Santa Margarita Lake at 70 percent capacity after the storms

    Almost a year ago, Santa Margarita Lake was at just 12 percent capacity. Now, after a series of storms that dumped rain across San Luis Obispo County, the lake sits at about 70 percent capacity.

Almost a year ago, Santa Margarita Lake was at just 12 percent capacity. Now, after a series of storms that dumped rain across San Luis Obispo County, the lake sits at about 70 percent capacity. David Middlecamp The Tribune
Almost a year ago, Santa Margarita Lake was at just 12 percent capacity. Now, after a series of storms that dumped rain across San Luis Obispo County, the lake sits at about 70 percent capacity. David Middlecamp The Tribune

How Santa Margarita Lake looks today compared to a year ago

January 29, 2017 11:34 AM