Lon Curtis' Weather Forecasts and Outlooks
[This page dedicated to understanding the rivers of Texas, the reservoirs on some of them, and their importance to our way of life in Central Texas.]




April 17th--Lake Levels
[from http://waterdatafortexas.org/reservoirs/statewide website]
Lake Name
Normal Conservation Pool (NCP)1
Current Level / + or - NCP1
Percent of NCP at Current Level
Whitney
533.0
520.69 (12.3)
60
Aquilla
537.5
533.01 (5.5)
72
Waco
462.0
459.64 (2.4)
89
Leon
1,375.0
1,371.07 (3.9)
78
Proctor
1,162.0
1153.19 (8.8)
44
Belton
594.0
584.62 (9.4)
76
Stillhouse Hollow
622.0
610.56 (11.4)
72
Georgetown
791.0
776.60 (14.4)
57
Granger
504.0
503.92 -0.1
99
Limestone
363.0
362.90 -0.1 99
Buchanan
1,020.5
988.54 (31.5)
37
Travis
681.0
626.82 (54.2)
32
Canyon
909.0
900.27 (8.7)
82
1The normal conservation pool is the "normal" lake level. Both (NCP and current level) are reported in feet above mean sea level. 

Location of Lakes in Table Above

Primary Stream(s) Feeding Lakes Listed above:

Whitney: Brazos River
Aquilla:   Aquilla Creek
Waco:     Bosque Rivers (North & South)
Leon:      Leon River
Proctor:  Leon River
Belton:   Leon River, Cowhouse Creek
Stillhouse Hollow: Lampasas River
Georgetown: North San Gabriel River
Granger: San Gabriel River, Willis Creek
Limestone: Navasota River, many creeks
Buchanan: Colorado River
Travis: Colorado, Llano, Pedernales rivers
Canyon: Guadalupe





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