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[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.]



Mar. 14th -- Lake Levels
(data collected at 4:00pm CST)
[List in alphabetical order]
[from http://waterdatafortexas.org/reservoirs/statewide]
Lake Name
Normal Conservation Pool (NCP)1
Current Level / + or - NCP1
Percent of NCP at Current Level
Aquilla
537.50
538.3 +0.8
100
Belton
594.00
595.1 +1.1 >100
Buchanan
1018.0
1017.7 -2.3
94
Canyon
909.0
909.4 +0.4
100
Georgetown
791.0
791.4 +0.4
100
Granger
504.0
504.1 +0.1
 100
Leon
1,375.0
1374.9 -0.1
 100
Limestone
363.00
363.1 +0.1
 100
Proctor
1,161.2
1162.2 +0.2 100
Somerville
238.00
238.1 +0.1
100
Stillhouse
622.00
622.2 +0.2
100
Travis
681.0
681.5 +0.5
>100
Waco
462.2
462.1 -0.1
100
Whitney 533.0
531.8 -1.2
95
1The normal conservation pool (NCP) is the "normal" lake level. Both (NCP and current level) are reported in feet above mean sea level. 






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