What lakes are constant level in Texas?

Lake LBJ is the only true constant-level lake in the chain.

How full is Lake Travis right now?

Lake Travis: 68.4% full as of 2022-03-24.

Will Lake Travis rise?

Lake Travis could rise to 705 to 710 feet by Oct. 19. The all-time high is 710.4 feet, which occurred in December 1991. The top of the spillway is 714 feet, so this gives you an idea of just how much water this is.

Why is Lake Travis so low right now?

“As the hot, dry weather continues, water use and evaporation will increase, and the level of Lake Travis will decline. This is exactly how the lake was designed to operate—going up during rainy times to hold water for use during drier times.”

Is Lake Travis constant level?

Unlike Lady Bird Lake or Lake Austin, water levels in Lake Travis constantly fluctuate based on rainfall. Since we’ve been dry lately, the level of Lake Travis has dropped, but not a lot.

What is the lake level on Lake Travis?

681.00 ft
Additional Information

Impoundment date 1942-01-01
Flood pool elevation 722.00 ft above NAVD88
Maximum design elevation 748.90 ft above NAVD88
Top of dam elevation 750.00 ft above NAVD88
Conservation pool elevation 681.00 ft above NAVD88 +0.6

Is Lake Travis a constant level lake?

Where is LCRA’s water service area?

LCRA’s water service area includes roughly the lower 600 miles of the river from the Hill Country to the Texas Gulf Coast. The Highland Lakes section of the river is in the Hill Country northwest of Austin.

What is LCRA Hydromet?

LCRA’s Hydromet is a system of more than 275 automated river and weather gauges throughout the lower Colorado River basin in Texas. In addition, the website displays gauges maintained by the City of Austin and USGS.

What does LCRA do for You?

LCRA manages the Highland Lakes and Colorado River as a system to supply water for more than a million people, as well as businesses, industries, the environment and agriculture in the lower Colorado River basin. How full are the lakes? Daily report on routine water supply operations at the dams.

How do I sort the data on the LCRA map?

The default sort is by agency name then by site number. For LCRA sites this works out to a sort of upstream to downstream. Press the ‘Refresh data’ link for the original sort. Current radar: Toggle this button to add and remove radar imagery from the map. The radar information is provided by Iowa Environmental Mesonet at Iowa State University.