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Lake Levels Dropping

The Concho Valley currently has a water supply of 14 months, making this summer's recreational activities questionable unless we see substantial rainfall.
The Concho Valley currently has a water supply of 14 months, making this summer's recreational activities questionable unless we see substantial rainfall.

Lake Nasworthy is two-feet lower than normal, and without some much needed rainfall the city could soon enter drought level three. All outside watering will prohibited in drought level three; car washes will shut down, and swimming pools will no longer be allowed.

Water Utilities Director, Ricky Dickson, said "Lake Ivy is our main water supply source for the city right now, [but in] our last conversation with them they're looking at without any runoff this year. [If that's the case, then] at the end of November that source will be depleted, so we'll be relying on Nasworthy and the Hickory when it comes on line."
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