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AGUS74 KFWR 251604
HMDFWR
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...WEST GULF RFC...FORT WORTH TX
1103 AM CDT SAT APR 25 2015

                   VALID APRIL 25 THROUGH APRIL 30

...ADDITIONAL HEAVY RAINFALL IS EXPECTED OVER MUCH OF THE WGRFC
AREA THE NEXT FIVE DAYS...

                  ...METEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

The large complex of showers and thunderstorms that developed
yesterday across portions of North Texas, generated some minor
rises across the Trinity River system. Rainfall amounts of 2 to 3
inches were reported across this area, with some isolated higher
amounts reported across the Red River area. Elsewhere, another
area of showers and thunderstorms developed early this morning
near the Del Rio area, and moved over the San Antonio and
Guadalupe River systems. Rainfall amounts of 2 to 3 inches,
with some isolated higher amounts of 4 inches were reported across
Bexar County. This activity generated some minor rises, however no
moderate or major flooding was reported or is expected. Currently,
this recent activity is moving across the upper Texas coast, and
should be completely out the area by this afternoon.

A brief end to the rainfall should last through tomorrow
afternoon, before the next storm system impacts our region.
By late tonight, another low pressure system which is currently
strengthening over the Western US, is forecast to move eastward
towards the WGRFC region. Showers and thunderstorms, will
initially develop over Colorado and New Mexico early
tomorrow and continue through early Monday, as the upper low
moves over the Four Corners area. Thereafter, precipitation is
expected to become more widespread across the Texas Panhandle
and North Texas by early Monday, and eventually spread across
East and Southeast Texas by late Monday. By Tuesday, precipitation
is expected to slowly come to an end, as the upper low continues
moving over Oklahoma and events weakens. Some wrap-around rainfall
is possible across northern Texas late Tuesday, but no additional
significant precipitation is expected after Tuesday morning.
Overall....precipitation that is forecast for tomorrow through
Tuesday, may cause some additional minor flooding and some
isolated moderate flooding across some of the WGRFC basins.
However, no widespread moderate or major flooding is expected.

Although recent rains have caused some minor flooding across
some of our major river basins, most rainfall has been beneficial.
North Texas lakes such as, Lake Lewisville and Lavon are
currently at or approaching conservation level. Lake Lewisville
has not reached conservation level in the last 3 years.

                    ...PRECIPITATION FORECAST...
For Today into Sunday morning, Mean Areal Precipitation (MAP)
amounts of 0.25 to 0.50 inch are forecast for portions of the
southeast Texas coast. Lesser amounts are forecast for portions
of southern Colorado.

For Sunday into Monday morning, MAP amounts of up to 1.00 inch
are forecast from the Texas Panhandle down to the Big Bend area.
Lesser amounts are forecast across southern Colorado and northern
New Mexico.

For Monday into Tuesday morning, MAP amounts of up to 1.50 inch
are forecast from the Texas Panhandle down to the southeast Texas
coast.

For Tuesday into Thursday morning, no significant MAP amounts are
forecast for the WGRFC area.

Moderate or worse drought conditions continue across parts of New
Mexico and Texas. In Texas, about a third of the state is
experiencing moderate or worse drought (35%), and about 9% has
extreme to exceptional drought conditions. In New Mexico, a little
over half of the state is experiencing moderate or worse drought
(58%). Lake levels in the extreme drought areas of Texas are at or
near historical lows for this time of year. Recent precipitation
events have brought drought relief to parts of far west Texas, south
Texas and roughly the southeast third of the state. The rainfall
expected over the next five days over the WGRFC area could produce
some runoff over east central and northeast Texas where the heaviest
rainfall is forecast. No significant runoff is expected over the
remainder of the WGRFC area.

                     ...HYDROLOGIC DISCUSSION...
...Brazos Basin...
...Minor Flooding...
Lake Limestone continues to release - the Navasota River at
Easterly is above flood stage.  The Navasota River at Normangee
should rise to near flood stage.

...Remainder of WGRFC Basins...
Minor flooding is occurring in the Brazos, Guadalupe, Neches,
Nueces, Sabine, Trinity, and San Bernard River basins. Additional
rainfall is expected across WGRFC however no significant flooding
is forecast in the next 5 days.


              ...SUPPLEMENTARY GRAPHICAL INFORMATION...
The following URLs (all lower case) provide additional graphical
information on current and forecast hydrologic conditions, past and
future precipitation, and drought and climate forecasts.  This
information is provided by a variety of National Weather Service,
NOAA, and private sector entities.

For specific information on river conditions, refer to the AHPS
pages from the local NWS offices at:
http://water.weather.gov/ahps/

The Flood Potential Outlook can be viewed on our webpage at:
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/wgrfc/?n=wgrfcfop

The West Gulf River Forecast Center is now on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/US.NationalWeatherService.WGRFC.gov

National Precipitation Analysis:
http://water.weather.gov/precip/

The forecast rainfall amounts (QPF) can be viewed on our webpage at:
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/wgrfc/?n=wgrfcqpfpage

The US Drought Assessment:
http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/Drought

The latest on Reservoir Information for Texas:
http://www.waterdatafortexas.org

MCCANTS


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000
AGUS74 KFWR 251604
HMDFWR
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...WEST GULF RFC...FORT WORTH TX
1103 AM CDT SAT APR 25 2015

                   VALID APRIL 25 THROUGH APRIL 30

...ADDITIONAL HEAVY RAINFALL IS EXPECTED OVER MUCH OF THE WGRFC
AREA THE NEXT FIVE DAYS...

                  ...METEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

The large complex of showers and thunderstorms that developed
yesterday across portions of North Texas, generated some minor
rises across the Trinity River system. Rainfall amounts of 2 to 3
inches were reported across this area, with some isolated higher
amounts reported across the Red River area. Elsewhere, another
area of showers and thunderstorms developed early this morning
near the Del Rio area, and moved over the San Antonio and
Guadalupe River systems. Rainfall amounts of 2 to 3 inches,
with some isolated higher amounts of 4 inches were reported across
Bexar County. This activity generated some minor rises, however no
moderate or major flooding was reported or is expected. Currently,
this recent activity is moving across the upper Texas coast, and
should be completely out the area by this afternoon.

A brief end to the rainfall should last through tomorrow
afternoon, before the next storm system impacts our region.
By late tonight, another low pressure system which is currently
strengthening over the Western US, is forecast to move eastward
towards the WGRFC region. Showers and thunderstorms, will
initially develop over Colorado and New Mexico early
tomorrow and continue through early Monday, as the upper low
moves over the Four Corners area. Thereafter, precipitation is
expected to become more widespread across the Texas Panhandle
and North Texas by early Monday, and eventually spread across
East and Southeast Texas by late Monday. By Tuesday, precipitation
is expected to slowly come to an end, as the upper low continues
moving over Oklahoma and events weakens. Some wrap-around rainfall
is possible across northern Texas late Tuesday, but no additional
significant precipitation is expected after Tuesday morning.
Overall....precipitation that is forecast for tomorrow through
Tuesday, may cause some additional minor flooding and some
isolated moderate flooding across some of the WGRFC basins.
However, no widespread moderate or major flooding is expected.

Although recent rains have caused some minor flooding across
some of our major river basins, most rainfall has been beneficial.
North Texas lakes such as, Lake Lewisville and Lavon are
currently at or approaching conservation level. Lake Lewisville
has not reached conservation level in the last 3 years.

                    ...PRECIPITATION FORECAST...
For Today into Sunday morning, Mean Areal Precipitation (MAP)
amounts of 0.25 to 0.50 inch are forecast for portions of the
southeast Texas coast. Lesser amounts are forecast for portions
of southern Colorado.

For Sunday into Monday morning, MAP amounts of up to 1.00 inch
are forecast from the Texas Panhandle down to the Big Bend area.
Lesser amounts are forecast across southern Colorado and northern
New Mexico.

For Monday into Tuesday morning, MAP amounts of up to 1.50 inch
are forecast from the Texas Panhandle down to the southeast Texas
coast.

For Tuesday into Thursday morning, no significant MAP amounts are
forecast for the WGRFC area.

Moderate or worse drought conditions continue across parts of New
Mexico and Texas. In Texas, about a third of the state is
experiencing moderate or worse drought (35%), and about 9% has
extreme to exceptional drought conditions. In New Mexico, a little
over half of the state is experiencing moderate or worse drought
(58%). Lake levels in the extreme drought areas of Texas are at or
near historical lows for this time of year. Recent precipitation
events have brought drought relief to parts of far west Texas, south
Texas and roughly the southeast third of the state. The rainfall
expected over the next five days over the WGRFC area could produce
some runoff over east central and northeast Texas where the heaviest
rainfall is forecast. No significant runoff is expected over the
remainder of the WGRFC area.

                     ...HYDROLOGIC DISCUSSION...
...Brazos Basin...
...Minor Flooding...
Lake Limestone continues to release - the Navasota River at
Easterly is above flood stage.  The Navasota River at Normangee
should rise to near flood stage.

...Remainder of WGRFC Basins...
Minor flooding is occurring in the Brazos, Guadalupe, Neches,
Nueces, Sabine, Trinity, and San Bernard River basins. Additional
rainfall is expected across WGRFC however no significant flooding
is forecast in the next 5 days.


              ...SUPPLEMENTARY GRAPHICAL INFORMATION...
The following URLs (all lower case) provide additional graphical
information on current and forecast hydrologic conditions, past and
future precipitation, and drought and climate forecasts.  This
information is provided by a variety of National Weather Service,
NOAA, and private sector entities.

For specific information on river conditions, refer to the AHPS
pages from the local NWS offices at:
http://water.weather.gov/ahps/

The Flood Potential Outlook can be viewed on our webpage at:
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/wgrfc/?n=wgrfcfop

The West Gulf River Forecast Center is now on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/US.NationalWeatherService.WGRFC.gov

National Precipitation Analysis:
http://water.weather.gov/precip/

The forecast rainfall amounts (QPF) can be viewed on our webpage at:
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/wgrfc/?n=wgrfcqpfpage

The US Drought Assessment:
http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/Drought

The latest on Reservoir Information for Texas:
http://www.waterdatafortexas.org

MCCANTS


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000
AGUS74 KFWR 241558
HMDFWR
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...WEST GULF RFC...FORT WORTH TX
1057 AM CDT FRI APR 24 2015

                   VALID APRIL 24 THROUGH APRIL 29

...ADDITIONAL HEAVY RAINFALL IS EXPECTED OVER MUCH OF THE WGRFC
AREA THE NEXT FIVE DAYS...

                  ...METEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...
Heavy rains still continue to impact portions of the WGRFC area
this morning. An area of showers and thunderstorms is currently
moving over portions of southeast Texas...mainly affecting the
lower Trinity and Neches River systems. Rainfall amounts are
averaging 1 to 2 inches per hour, and this trend should continue
through noon. Another area of showers and thunderstorms stretches
from West Texas towards the Oklahoma. Rainfall amounts associated
with this activity are averaging less than 1 inch per hour. Over
the past several hours, some minor rises occurred across the
San Antonio River system, however no significant river flooding
has been reported.

Overall, our region continues to be under a southwesterly upper
air flow which will keep our weather unsettled through tomorrow
morning, as an upper level low approaches from the west. Ahead of
this low, showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop along
and east of the dry line. During the afternoon and evening hours,
heavy rainfall with the possibility of severe weather is expected
over a good part of Texas and Louisiana through tomorrow. Some
additional minor rises are expected across some river basins
across southeast Texas. However, widespread moderate or major
flooding is not expected.

By late tonight the low pressure system will move over Kansas,
with dry air moving into Texas from the west. This will cause
the rainfall to diminish late tonight and tomorrow over most of
the area except for Texas Gulf coastal region. Thereafter, a
weak ridge of high pressure will bring dry weather for most of
the region for tomorrow and Sunday morning.

By Sunday a new low pressure system is forecast to develop and
move toward the four corners region.  This will bring mixed
precipitation over northern New Mexico and southern Colorado
Sunday and Monday. And over Texas there will be another chance
for showers and thunderstorms later Sunday, but will be more
likely over east Texas and Louisiana on Monday.

By Monday night another low pressure system is forecast to move
over Oklahoma. Some wrap-around rainfall is possible across
northern Texas late Monday into Tuesday.

                    ...PRECIPITATION FORECAST...
For Today into Saturday morning, Mean Areal Precipitation (MAP)
amounts of up to 1.50 inch are forecast for areas from Laredo to
Texarkana. Mainly east of I-35.

For Saturday into Sunday morning, no significant MAP amounts are
forecast for the WGRFC area.

For Sunday into Monday morning, MAP amounts of 0.25 to 0.50 inch
are forecast for Central Texas. Lesser amounts are forecast for
New Mexico and Colorado.

For Monday into Wednesday morning, MAP amounts of 1.00 to 2.00
inches are forecast for portions of North Texas...including areas
along the Red River. Lesser amounts are forecast for areas
stretching from the Texas Panhandle down to the upper Texas coast.

Moderate or worse drought conditions continue across parts of New
Mexico and Texas. In Texas, about a third of the state is
experiencing moderate or worse drought (35%), and about 9% has
extreme to exceptional drought conditions. In New Mexico, a little
over half of the state is experiencing moderate or worse drought
(58%). Lake levels in the extreme drought areas of Texas are at or
near historical lows for this time of year. Recent precipitation
events have brought drought relief to parts of far west Texas, south
Texas and roughly the southeast third of the state. The rainfall
expected over the next five days over the WGRFC area could produce
some runoff over east central and northeast Texas where the heaviest
rainfall is forecast. No significant runoff is expected over the
remainder of the WGRFC area.

                     ...HYDROLOGIC DISCUSSION...
...Brazos Basin...
...Minor Flooding...
Releases from Lake Limestone should cause the Navasota River at
Easterly and Normangee to rise above flood stage.

...Remainder of WGRFC Basins...
Minor flooding is occurring in the Brazos, Guadalupe, Neches,
Sabine, Trinity, and San Bernard River basins. Additional rainfall
is expected across WGRFC however no significant flooding is forecast
in the next 5 days.


              ...SUPPLEMENTARY GRAPHICAL INFORMATION...
The following URLs (all lower case) provide additional graphical
information on current and forecast hydrologic conditions, past and
future precipitation, and drought and climate forecasts.  This
information is provided by a variety of National Weather Service,
NOAA, and private sector entities.

For specific information on river conditions, refer to the AHPS
pages from the local NWS offices at:
http://water.weather.gov/ahps/

The Flood Potential Outlook can be viewed on our webpage at:
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/wgrfc/?n=wgrfcfop

The West Gulf River Forecast Center is now on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/US.NationalWeatherService.WGRFC.gov

National Precipitation Analysis:
http://water.weather.gov/precip/

The forecast rainfall amounts (QPF) can be viewed on our webpage at:
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/wgrfc/?n=wgrfcqpfpage

The US Drought Assessment:
http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/Drought

The latest on Reservoir Information for Texas:
http://www.waterdatafortexas.org

MCCANTS


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000
AGUS74 KFWR 231644
HMDFWR
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...WEST GULF RFC...FORT WORTH TX
1144 AM CDT THU APR 23 2015

                   VALID APRIL 23 THROUGH APRIL 28

...THE PARADE OF STORM SYSTEMS WILL CONTINUE OVER MUCH OF THE WGRFC
AREA THE NEXT FIVE DAYS...

                  ...METEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...
An upper air disturbance moved eastward from Mexico across south
Texas the past 24 hours.  This disturbance interacted with a northward
moving warm front to bring some showers and thunderstorms to south
Texas. Rainfall amounts were locally heavy in this region the past 24
hours, with amounts in the 2.00 to 3.00 inch range.

Over the northern parts of the WGRFC area, atmospheric moisture
increased ahead of a developing low pressure system to our southwest.
Showers and thunderstorms developed ahead of the dry line over
northwest Texas, and these storms moved eastward across north Texas
overnight. Also, showers and thunderstorms developed across central
Texas where an outflow boundary had set up (which had moved southward
from Oklahoma earlier Wednesday).  Locally heavy rain also fell
over this part of Texas, with the area around Waco receiving 2.75 to
3.50 inches.  This rain has temporarily diminished this morning.

This morning a low pressure system was located over southern
California.  Our region continues to be under a southwesterly upper
air flow which will keep our weather unsettled through late Friday.
Ahead of this low, showers and thunderstorms are forecast to develop
east of the dry line. At this point the area which appears to be most
favorable for locally heavy rainfall is over southwest Texas around
Eagle Pass and Bracketville as an upper air disturbance approaches.
Some of these thunderstorms should move northeast across central and
perhaps north Texas tonight. Then on Friday the California low will
finally begin to move eastward. As this occurs there will likely be a
few periods of showers and thunderstorms over a good part of Texas
and Louisiana.  Locally heavy rains may occur over portions of
northeast Texas and northern Louisiana with the stronger
thunderstorms.

By Friday night the low pressure system will move over Kansas, with
dry air moving into Texas from the west.  This will cause the rainfall
to diminish late Friday night and Saturday over most of the area
except for Texas Gulf coastal region.  A weak ridge of high pressure
will bring dry weather for most of the region for Saturday into Sunday
morning.

By Sunday a new low pressure system is forecast to develop and move
toward the four corners region.  This will bring mixed precipitation
over northern New Mexico and southern Colorado Sunday and Monday.
And over Texas there will be another chance for showers and
thunderstorms later Sunday, but will be more likely over east Texas
and Louisiana on Monday.

By Monday night a closed low pressure system is forecast to be over
Oklahoma.  Some wrap-around rainfall is possible across northern
Texas late Monday into Tuesday.

                    ...PRECIPITATION FORECAST...
For Today into Friday morning, Mean Areal Precipitation (MAP) amounts
of 0.25 inch or more are forecast from southwest into central and
north Texas.  The heaviest rain, with MAP amounts of 1.00 inch, are
forecast over south Texas near Eagle Pass. Lighter amounts of MAP are
forecast for much of the WGRFC region...except for far west Texas and
the southeast half of New Mexico.

For Friday into Saturday morning, MAP amounts of 0.25 inch or more
are forecast for roughly the southeastern half of Texas into most of
Louisiana.  The heaviest rain, with MAP amounts of 2.00 inches, are
forecast over extreme northeast Texas and northern Louisiana.  Lighter
amounts of MAP are forecast for much of the WGRFC region...except for
west Texas and the southern two thirds of New Mexico.

For Saturday into Sunday morning, MAP amounts of 0.25 inch or more are
forecast for extreme southeast Texas along and near the middle and
upper Texas Gulf coast into southern Louisiana.  MAP amounts of 0.25
of an inch are also forecast across southwestern Colorado.  Lighter
amounts of MAP are forecast for the southeast third of Texas, most of
Louisiana, most of Colorado, and the northwest third of New Mexico.

For Sunday into Tuesday morning, MAP amounts of 0.25 inch or more are
forecast for the northeast half of Texas, Louisiana, northeast New
Mexico, and over most of Colorado.  The heaviest rain, with MAP
amounts of 2.00 inches, are forecast over central Louisiana just east
of Toledo Bend Lake.  Lighter amounts of MAP are forecast for much of
the WGRFC region...except for southwest Texas and southern New
Mexico.

Moderate or worse drought conditions continue across parts of New
Mexico and Texas. In Texas, about a third of the state is experiencing
moderate or worse drought (35%), and about 9% has extreme to
exceptional drought conditions. In New Mexico, a little over half of
the state is experiencing moderate or worse drought (58%). Lake
levels in the extreme drought areas of Texas are at or near historical
lows for this time of year. Recent precipitation events have brought
drought relief to parts of far west Texas, south Texas and roughly the
southeast third of the state. The rainfall expected over the next five
days over the WGRFC area could produce some runoff over east central
and northeast Texas where the heaviest rainfall is forecast.  No
significant runoff is expected over the remainder of the WGRFC area.

                     ...HYDROLOGIC DISCUSSION...
...San Bernard Basin...
...Moderate Flooding...
The initial flood wave has crested at all sites along the San
Bernard and in recession.  The San Bernard near Boling (BOLT2) is
still at moderate flood levels and slowly receding.  Downstream near
Sweeny (SWYT2) the river is slightly above minor flood stage but
slowly receding.

...Guadalupe Basin...
...Moderate Flooding...
The Guadalupe River at Victoria is still in recession and should be
below bankfull this evening.  At Du Pont Plant near Bloomington
(DUPT2) the river will remain above moderate flood levels for
another day or so then begin to recede.

...Neches Basin...
...Minor Flooding...
Most of the Neches River Basin is extremely saturated due to recent
rainfall.  Lake Palestine is also 1.5 ft above normal. As a result,
minor flooding is occurring at several locations across the entire
basin.  These conditions are expected to continue for the next
several days.  River level recessions will be slow at most of these
locations.

...Sabine Basin...
...Minor Flooding...
Cowleech Fork Sabine River at Greenville (GNVT2) is experiencing a
rapid rise due to heavy rains but is expected to crest this
afternoon and fall.  The South Fork Sabine River near Quinlan (QLAT)
is also expected to crest around minor flood stage this evening or
tomorrow morning.

The Sabine River at Mineola (MLAT2) has crested and is in slow
recession.  Further downstream, Deweyville  near Ruliff (DWYT2) on
the Sabine has crested but will remain at  minor flood levels for a
few more days then fall below criteria.

...San Antonio Basin...
...Higher Flow Non-Flood Forecasts...
heavy rainfall from a thunderstorm over the lower portions of the
basin caused Cibolo Creek near Falls City (FCTT2) to experience a
flashy rise above action stage but has now fallen below this
criteria.  On the mainstem at Goliad (GLIT2) locally heavy rains
will push the site into action stage today with a crest near 17 feet.

...Brazos Basin...
...Higher Flow Non-Flood Forecasts...
The Navasota River near Normangee (NGET2) is currently at higher
than normal flow levels.  The river at this location is currently
falling but is expected to remain above criteria levels for the next
several days. The remainder of the entire Brazos River system are
below criteria levels.

...Trinity Basin...
...Higher Flow Non-Flood Forecasts...
heavy rains yesterday have caused a rapid rise on the East Fork
Trinity River at McKinney (MCKT2).  It is expected to crest slightly
below minor flood levels this morning then fall rapidly.  The
Trinity River at Moss Bluff (MBFT2) is expected to have a flat crest
fluctuating around action stage with little change through the
forecast period.

...Nueces Basin...
The Nueces River near Tilden (TILT2) has crested and will continue
to fall slowly over the next few days.

...Remainder of WGRFC Basins...
The rest of basins in the area are fairly dry, missing out on much
of the recent beneficial rainfall over the past week.  No significant
flooding is expected outside of the rivers which already are
experiencing ongoing flooding.

              ...SUPPLEMENTARY GRAPHICAL INFORMATION...
The following URLs (all lower case) provide additional graphical
information on current and forecast hydrologic conditions, past and
future precipitation, and drought and climate forecasts.  This
information is provided by a variety of National Weather Service,
NOAA, and private sector entities.

For specific information on river conditions, refer to the AHPS
pages from the local NWS offices at:
http://water.weather.gov/ahps/

The Flood Potential Outlook can be viewed on our webpage at:
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/wgrfc/?n=wgrfcfop

The West Gulf River Forecast Center is now on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/US.NationalWeatherService.WGRFC.gov

National Precipitation Analysis:
http://water.weather.gov/precip/

The forecast rainfall amounts (QPF) can be viewed on our webpage at:
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/wgrfc/?n=wgrfcqpfpage

The US Drought Assessment:
http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/Drought

The latest on Reservoir Information for Texas:
http://www.waterdatafortexas.org

STORY

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