Here is some Lake of the Ozarks water temperature data by month. You can find charts, facts, and other water temperature information here for Lake of the Ozarks.
Curious what the Lake of the Ozarks water temperature is right now? You can find that here. It also has historic 7 Day & 30 Day water temperature graphs available.
We have been monitoring the water temperature of Lake of the Ozarks since 2016. Using that information, we’ve been able to produce this post which includes the coldest water temperature of Lake of the Ozarks, the warmest temperature, and the average LOTO water temperature by month.
This data is exclusive to Angler Spy™ – we know of no other source of such extensive water temperature monitoring for Lake of the Ozarks. Our equipment measures & records water temps each hour, 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. There are minor gaps in the data due to loss of connection, winter issues, even boat props destroying our sensors! However, the data is generally complete, and we hope you find it useful!
Current Lake of the Ozarks Water Temperature and Lake Elevation from Alhonna Resort & Marina in Missouri. Water temperature and lake level readings updated hourly. You have found the best source for current & accurate water temperatures and lake levels for Lake of the Ozarks in central Missouri.
7 Day & 30 Day Historic Lake of the Ozarks Water Temperature Trends
Water temperatures at Lake of the Ozarks fluctuate greatly throughout the year. Surface temperatures can dip below freezing in shallow water during winter, such as in the backs of coves. During summer, water temperatures as high as 91°F have been recorded by Angler Spy on Lake of the Ozarks. Spawning water temperatures for Lake of the Ozarks occur during spring, typically from late April through late May, when water temperatures range from 55° to 65°F
About Lake of the Ozarks
Lake of the Ozarks is located in central Missouri in Benton, Camden, Miller and Morgan counties. It covers roughly 54,000 acres and has some 1,150 miles of shoreline. It was created by the impounding of the Osage River in the northern part of the Ozark Mountains. Lake of the Ozarks is a popular fishing & recreational boating destination. Fish species include bass, crappie, catfish, bluegill and others.
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