Wichita Falls Lake Levels Dropping Again

Lake Levels were released on Tuesday and they show a drop after some up and down numbers with the rain that fell recently in Texoma.

Lake Kickapoo stands at 53.7% and Lake Arrowhead is at 55.2%. That gives us a combined level of 54.8%. That is down from the October 27th reading and keeps Wichita Falls in the Stage One: Drought Watch. That means Wichita Falls water customers are asked to voluntarily conserve water.

Should levels fall to 50% the city would enter into Stage Two: Drought Warning. That would mean mandatory water restrictions.