While other parts of the state received enough rainfall to create flooding, San Angelo received a decent showing of 5.31 inches of precipitation from May 26-June 4, according to National Weather Service Meteorologist Michael Decker.
The NWS is predicting warm, dry weather for the workweek into the weekend. No more rain is expected until possibly next Tuesday, Decker said.
With the runoff from the recent rains, area lakes levels have increased.
As of Monday morning, here are the local and area lake levels from the City of San Angelo’s Public Information page:
Ivie – up to 23 percent capacity and 126K acre-feet of water (acre-foot = 326K gallons)
Twin Buttes – 15 percent
O.C. Fisher – 15 percent
Nasworthy – 88 percent