Lakes Reach Lowest Levels Since 1950s

Lakes Reach Lowest Levels Since 1950s

The combined Wichita Falls lake levels have now hit the lowest point ever since the drought of the 1950s.
The combined Wichita Falls lake levels have now hit the lowest point ever since the drought of the 1950s.

Lake Arrowhead -- which was built because of that drought -- is at 20.5%. Lake Kickapoo is at 29.5%, with the combined total sitting at 23%.

Lake Kickapoo was at the lowest level it has ever been at in June but bounced back with the rainfall we received in July. The city remains in stage 5 drought catastrophe. Car washes will have to shut down if lake levels hit a combined 20 percent.
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