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Update – May 29 at 2100

By May 29, 2016

As of Friday May 29 2015 at 2100 – the following estimates are based on on-ground flow conditions barring further rainfall:

Lake Bridgeport – Current elevation is 838.27 ft-msl (normal conservation pool = 836.00 ft-msl).  Current discharge is 10207 cfs. Bridgeport is expected to reach approximately 838.13 ft-msl by 0000 tonight with a projected discharge at that time of 10178 cfs.

Eagle Mountain Lake – Current elevation is 649.98 ft-msl (normal conservation pool = 649.10 ft-msl). Current discharge is 6955 cfs. Eagle Mountain is expected to be approximately 649.83 ft-msl by 0000 tonight with a projected discharge at that time of 6848 cfs.

Lake Worth – Current elevation is 596.03 ft-msl (normal conservation pool = 594.00 ft-msl).  Current discharge is 6367 cfs.  Lake Worth is expected to be approximately 596.08 ft-msl by 0000 tonight and will be discharging 6783 cfs.

Cedar Creek Lake – Current elevation is 322.52 ft-msl (normal conservation pool = 322.00 ft-msl).

Richland Chambers Reservoir– Current elevation is 316.14 ft-msl (normal conservation pool = 315.00 ft-msl).

ALERT: Eagle Mountain Lake and Lake Bridgeport closed to recreational activities including boat traffic until further notice.

The closures are a result of inflows created by heavy rainfall in recent days. Wakes created by boaters could potentially flood low-lying homes at both reservoirs. In addition rising lake levels and debris could create hazardous conditions for other recreational activities.

TRWD’s staff has been monitoring conditions 24-hours a day since May 11 and will continue to do so until conditions improve. Keep up with the latest here on this blog. 

Lake Current Level Conservation Level* Level Difference**
Arlington 547.29 550.00 -2.71
Benbrook 686.41 694.00 -7.59
Bridgeport 828.57 836.00 -7.43
Cedar Creek 318.12 322.00 -3.88
Eagle Mountain 644.66 649.10 -4.44
Lake Worth 591.52 594.00 -2.48
Richland-Chambers 310.32 315.00 -4.68
*Conservation Level: The permitted level of water an entity is allowed to hold in a lake. Any amount above the conservation level is used for the temporary storage of flood waters and must be released downstream.
**Difference: Amount above or below conservation level.
For more information read our daily reports or the TRWD Lake Level Blog.

Check out the TRWD OneRain portal for a visualization of this information and more.

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