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CHANCES REMAIN POSITIVE
FOR A RAINY WINTER
As Texas turns to the traditionally wetter seasons of fall and winter, there are signs the long-term drought is easing its grip on much of the Brazos River basin. And though some areas continue to need rain, climatologists remain hopeful improvement will continue in the coming months. For more, click here.
BOARD ADDRESSES PROPERTY DIVESTITURE, LAKE REGULATIONS & INTERRUPTIBLE WATER AVAILABILITY
Divestiture of property at Possum Kingdom Lake, updated lake regulations and the availability of interruptible water were on the agenda of the Brazos River Authority’s October quarterly Board of Directors meeting.  For more on actions taken by BRA Board, click here. 

SAVE WATER AND MAKE A GOOD FALL GARDEN GREAT
Fall is here, and with the scorching days of Texas summer behind us, this is a great time to get out and work on your yard and garden. This year, with the drought ongoing, why not take the opportunity to be more water wise when sprucing up the landscape and other greenery around your home? Please click here for more.

 
   CURRENT GATE OPERATIONS
   In cubic feet per second (cfs)
Possum Kingdom Lake 35 cfs low flow
Lake Granbury 16 cfs avg. low flow
Lake Limestone 6 cfs low flow

 
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Lake Levels
Lake Level +/- ft Date/Time
Possum Kingdom 984.94 ft -14.06 ft 10/31/2014 10:30 am
Granbury 683.13 ft -9.57 ft 10/31/2014 10:30 am
Limestone 360.84 ft -2.16 ft 10/31/2014 10:45 am


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