Up to date weather information may be obtained online from two sources:
Data from a private weather station, owned and operated by Director Marc Sobel, can be viewed at: http://www.basslakeca.com.
This is a very informative and easy site to navigate. Marc has a lot
more information on his site than just his weather information, check
it out. He also has two "LakeCams" which, during daylight hours,
provide a current view of the Lake.
A great deal of very interesting data, including snow and precipitation information, can be viewed at: http://cdec.water.ca.gov.
can be viewed from 3 stations located at the Dam by first clicking on
"Station Information". At the next page, click on "Search" under
"Locating Stations". Next, check the left hand box on the first line
of the "Search By" column, and type in "Crane Valley" in the fill-in
box, and then click on Search at the bottom of the page. You will have
three stations to view. CRR gives precipitation and temperature info, CNV will lead you (click on monthly Reservoir Storage) to the level of water in Bass Lake, expressed in acre feet. CRV provides historical data back to 1905!!!
the above sounds somewhat complicated, but there is a great deal of
important and interesting information if you navigate this site. The
may get you there directly, but it does not always work. Click here.