***UPDATE: The City of Fort Worth has reopened Lake Worth as of the time of this post. See City website for additional details https://www.fortworthtexas.gov/Home
TRWD continues to monitor reservoir conditions 24 hours a day. Small amounts of rain so far in the TRWD watersheds overnight and this morning, see Graphic-1 for 24-hour totals. Scattered showers are expected to persist today and tomorrow. See Graphic-2 for National Weather Service (NWS) guidance. Looking a bit further out rain chances continue into the beginning of the work week, but could be coming to an end starting Wednesday.
Current reservoir conditions are shown below. Flood discharges continue at all four TRWD reservoirs. Bridgeport, Eagle Mountain, and Cedar Creek are all within inches of conservation pool and Richland-Chambers continues to recede. Staff will continue to monitor conditions and make discharges as needed to safely move excess water through the system. Updates to lake status and flood discharges will be posted here.
Please be advised that forecasts and projections are subject to change, and TRWD reservoir operations are based on observed rainfall conditions. The next update will come this evening, unless conditions dictate otherwise. Please check back. You can also follow @TRWD_News on Twitter to receive notification of any new posts to this Lake Level blog.
Current lake levels can be found in a variety of locations including TRWD.com, the TRWD watershed data viewer trwd.onerain.com, or download the TRWD Lake Level App for iOS or Android. You may also follow the NWS and the River Forecast Center (RFC) for the latest information regarding weather and river conditions, respectively.
Graphic-1. 24-Hour Rain Totals
Graphic-2. NWS Guidance – Scattered Storms Today and Tomorrow
**Benbrook Lake is owned and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. ***See Benbrook Lake Home Page for current discharge.
****Please visit TRWD’s new watershed data viewer at www.trwd.onerain.com . You can see the same rain, stream, and lake gages the Flood Team monitors during an event. You can also check out this YouTube video to see what it is all about!
Please call the Flood Hotline for further information.
If prompted to leave a message, the flood monitor on duty will return your message within 30 minutes.
Posted by CO.