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Toledo Bend Reservoir Water Releases - Advisory #4
DATE: April 21, 2015
RESERVOIR ELEV: 172.54 FT. MSL
TOLEDO BEND WATER RELEASES HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY 6,000 CFS
Current releases are noted below:
TOTAL RELEASES 19,144 CFS
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WILL BE FORWARDED AS CHANGES ARE MADE.
Lake Fork and Lake Tawakoni - Drought Advisory
Persons having interests in Lake Tawakoni and Lake Fork Reservoir are hereby advised that on Monday, October 21, 2013, the General Manager of the Sabine River Authority of Texas (SRA) initiated Stage 1 of the SRA Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan for Lake Tawakoni and Lake Fork Reservoir. Mild Water Shortage Conditions (Stage 1) exist in the service areas of Lake Tawakoni and Lake Fork when SRA's portion of the combined storage of Lake Tawakoni and Lake Fork falls to and remains at or below 65% for fourteen consecutive days.
During a mild water shortage condition, SRA encourages voluntary water use reductions. Each customer entity in turn will follow its individual measures for mild water storage conditions.
Please see also the U.S. Drought Monitor for the latest National Drought Summary; click on Texas/Louisiana to zoom into the U.S. Drought Monitor - south.
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