Smith Mountain Lake Level

4.9
10 reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Smith Mountain Lake level graph, updated hourly. Also shows current level and trend (rise or fall rate).

Brought to you by the author of SmithMountainLakeLevel.com.

Select date ranges: 3 days, 1 week, 1 month, 1 year, or a custom range.

Sign up for free text (SMS) and/or email alerts.

Tap anywhere in the graph to see the exact date, time, and level at that moment.

Custom Level Markers! Define your own colored level lines for the chart. Access this feature from the new Settings screen.

Tap any special level (any that are surrounded by a blue box) on the Y axis (right side) to see its meaning.
Updated on
Aug 31, 2020

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4.9
10 reviews
Nathan Carroll
October 20, 2020
Excellent app! Very user friendly with great options for alerts by email or text. Alerts can be based on the actual lake level or the lake level trend for advance warning. Lake levels are available over many years (well over a decade) as this developer has been tracking and reporting the SML level since 2004 on the app's companion website.
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Barry618
September 6, 2020
Easily understood graph. User can choose to receive alerts about lake depth changes. Valuable info for both property owners and day trippers.
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Jeannie Kieselburg
August 25, 2020
Perfect, simple, and makes it so easy for us to see the level! Shawn, we appreciate you!!!
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What's new

Version 1.50
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- Settings screen added (the green gear at the bottom right of the chart).

- Custom Level Markers! Define your own colored level lines for the chart. Access this feature from the new Settings screen.

- You can now choose either "feet/hour" or "inches/hour" for the Rate Change Units (see the new Settings screen).