Brazos Valley Lake Levels Take a Big Leap After Recent Rains

By: Mike George
By: Mike George

Rains over the last few weeks have seen lakes in and around the Brazos Valley take a big leap.

With Creeks and rivers still flowing from the recent rains you can expect to see some of the lakes rise even more.

Here is what the rains have done to reservoir levels in the last month:

Lake Somerville
Up 4 feet in last month-7 feet below normal

Lake Conroe
Up 1 foot in last month-7 feet below normal

Lake Limestone
Up 5 feet in last month- 4.5 feet below normal

Lake Livingstone
Up 3 Feet-1 foot above normal


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