Lake of the Ozarks Water Temperature & Lake Level

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.

Lake Of The Ozarks
77°F
Sunday, September 20 at 12:20 PM CDT
658.63 ft
Sunday, September 20 at 12:30 PM CDT

7 Day & 30 Day Historic Lake of the Ozarks Water Temperature Trends

Average Lake of the Ozarks Water Temperature by Month

Here are the average water temperatures by month for Lake of the Ozarks, from data generated between 2016 and 2020. This data is proprietary to Angler Spy.

  • Month | Average Water Temp in ° F
  • January | 40.44°
  • February | 35.95°
  • March | 40.10°
  • April | 54.29°
  • May | 66.25°
  • June | 76.06°
  • July | 82.52°
  • August | 81.89°
  • September | 80.72°
  • October | 70.35°
  • November | 55.89°
  • December | 46.07°

We made a post specifically about Lake of the Ozarks Water Temperatures by Month. that goes into some more detail if you’re curious.

Weather near Lake of the Ozarks

Lake of the Ozarks Fishing Reports

Ozarks Anglers LOZ Fishing Forum – by far the best (and free!) Lake of the Ozarks reports & discussion.

Lake of the Ozarks Fishing Guides

Mike’s Guide Service

Casey Scanlon Professional Angler

Jack’s Guide Service

More About Lake of the Ozarks Water Temperature

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.

Other Missouri Lake Water Temperatures & Lake Levels

Table Rock Lake
Stockton Lake
Bull Shoals Lake (Arkansas / MO)
Lake Taneycomo