LAKE BERRYESSA (CBS13) – With a constant stream of storms hitting Northern California over the past few months, an epic sight is finally returning to Lake Berryessa.

The lake’s morning glory spillway – known affectionately by locals as the “Glory Hole” – is active as of Tuesday.

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Lake Berryessa spills out of the Monticello Dam at the 440’ level. By early Tuesday afternoon, the lake was at 440.27’.

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Water levels have been jumping up the past couple of months after being steadily in-between 420’-425’ at the end of 2018. Since January, there have been noted jumps in the water level as storm after storm has hit the region.

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The last time the “Glory Hole” was active was in Feb. 2017. Before that, it had been more than a decade (May 2006) since the spillway was active.