Lake Levels For Wichita Falls Water Resources Dropping

Lake levels serving as water resources for Wichita Falls residents have drastically dropped 3% in a little more than three weeks, a sign that a strict Drought Contingency Plan could be in the near future.

In a level report from July 14th, the combined level reading for both Lake Kickapoo and Lake Arrowhead totaled 64%, down from the 67.6% in late June.

Separately, Kickapoo dropped 61.9% from June 27th's 66.3% reading, quickly inching towards the 60% "Watch" category limit, triggering a drought plan. Lake Arrowhead read at 64.8%, dropping nearly 4% from the end of last month.

To monitor the lake levels, click here.