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HAVE A FUN AND SAFE MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
Drought conditions have quickly become a bad memory for most in the Brazos River basin. Who could blame a person for getting excited?  But before you make your recreational plans, donít forget about safety. 
 
With water quickly returning to the basin, there are a great deal of safety hazards on both the river and in our local reservoirs. Before charging out onto the water, be sure to take precautions to keep your family and friends safe. For more, click here. 

DONíT PICK UP HITCHHIKERS
THIS BOATING SEASON
You probably wouldnít pick up a hitchhiker and bring them home to your neighborhood. Would you consider picking up hitchhikers at the lake that could create havoc on your drinking water and cost you a great deal of money?  Probably not; but, most people donít know they could be doing just that. You can help stop the spread of these invasive mollusks simply by cleaning your boat before venturing into a new area. For more, go here.   
DURING HEAVY RAINS,
TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN!
With heavy rains returning to the Brazos River basin, be mindful of the risks of sudden flooding. The Brazos River Authority urges Texans to watch for potential flooding - whether at home, on the road, or visiting one of the state's many beautiful lakes or streams. For more, click here.
  CURRENT GATE OPERATIONS
  In cubic feet per second (cfs) 
Possum Kingdom Lake 680 cfs   controlled outlet conduit  
Lake Granbury 1,300 cfs  
3 gates @ 0.5 feet  
Lake Limestone 2,788 cfs   2 gates @ 0.5 feet, 2 gates @ 1 foot  

 
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Current Road Conditions

For the latest road conditions please visit the Texas Department of Transportation website at: Texas Road Conditions

   
Texas Weather
Lake Levels
Lake Level +/- ft Date/Time
Possum Kingdom 998.50 ft -0.50 ft 5/24/2015 8:30 pm
Granbury 692.48 ft -0.22 ft 5/24/2015 8:30 pm
Limestone 363.24 ft 0.24 ft 5/24/2015 8:45 pm


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Rain has created conditions that could result in flooding in several areas of the Brazos basin. For detailed information and projected river forecasts in your area, click the links below to visit the Hydrologic Prediction Service sponsored by the National Weather Service. For additional information, please contact the Authority at (888) 922-6272.


For the Brazos River Northern Region,
click here

For the Brazos River Central Region,
click here

For the Brazos River Southern Region,
click here

For the North Bosque River,
click here

For the Middle Bosque River,
click here

For the San Gabriel River,
click here

For the Navasota River,
click here

For the Leon River,
click here

For the Lampasas River,
click here



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