The California floods saw the Oroville dam overflowing , while elsewhere in California excess water became a sight not often seen in this arid part of the western United States. Two years later in February , after a series of storms hit northern California, the epic sight returned to Lake Berryessa. This singular drainage system shaped like a funnel is located in the Monticello Dam, built between and in the Berryessa Valley, in Napa Country. Monticello Dam, with the Morning Glory Hole spillway usbr. Google Maps image of the Glory Hole. The 'Glory Hole' is a concrete spillway shaped like a pipe that looks like the drain of a giant bath tub.
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The spectacular 'Glory Hole' spillway in Monticello Dam, California
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For the second time in 12 years, the Glory Hole at Lake Berryessa is spilling over. It's good news for the Bay Area's lakes and reservoirs, but bad news for one wayward duck. Around a. Tuesday morning, a video showing a lone duck slipping into the Glory Hole was posted to a Solano County community Facebook group. The people demanded to know: What happened to the Glory Hole duck? First, a little context — the Glory Hole is Lake Berryessa's unconventional spillway.
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Bird sucked into massive Lake Berryessa 'glory hole' comes out the other end and flies away
Follow our live coverage for the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic. The massive Morning Glory Spillway in the Lake Berryessa reservoir in northern California was originally designed to funnel away water after unusually big storms, and was only expected to flow a couple of times per century when heavy rains filled the lake to capacity. But recent dramatic video and photographs show the circular spillway, known by locals more colourfully as the "glory hole", flowing for the second time in two years, after the brimming lake became too big for its banks. The compelling sight of the metre-wide, metre-long drain in full flow after record recent rains in the area is also reportedly inspiring locals to wax lyrical about what it reminds them of when the water's really pouring through it. According to the Guardian , some said water coursing through the spillway's "bell mouth" looked like a toilet being flushed.
Lake Berryessa is the largest lake in Napa County, California. This reservoir in the Vaca Mountains was formed following the construction of the Monticello Dam on Putah Creek in the s. Since the early s, this reservoir has provided water and hydroelectricity to the North Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area.