Barton Springs and Lovelady Level Check – Jan. 12, 2022

Here are the latest level checks for Barton Springs and the Lovelady Well. Both are the District’s drought triggers. Remember, conservation is key. Barton Springs and Lovelady are on a steady decline, as the weather forecast remains dry.
Jan. 12, 2021 – Barton Springs remains above the Stage II Alarm Drought Threshold of 38 cfs (cubic feet per second). It is currently at 56.8 cfs.
Jan. 12, 2021 – The water level in the Lovelady Well remains above Stage II Drought Threshold of 478 ft msl (feet above mean sea level). It is currently a little below 489.5 msl.
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