Still from a timelapse video of California's Folsom Lake shows the dramatic water level drop during the drought in 2015. Photo: Ryan Griffith

30 September 2015 (ABC10 News) – A video posted on Facebook shows the dramatic water level drop at Folsom Lake.

"I've been collecting and assembling these since March of 2015 through August 2015 showing the effects of the drought in California is having on our reservoirs," Sacramento resident Ryan Griffith said in his Facebook post.

The video is a collection of stills taken from Brown's Ravine at the Folsom Lake Marina.

Folsom Lake is now 18% full, which is the second lowest of all time for early fall. The lowest was in the drought of 1977-1976, when the lake was at about 16% full.

Time-lapse video illustrates Folsom Lake's dramatic water level drop



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