Lake Meredith’s water level continues to rise due to recent rainfall

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Image via Lake Meredith National Recreation Area’s Facebook page.

FRITCH, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — The recent rainfall in the Texas Panhandle has caused Lake Meredith’s water level to rise, according to a Facebook post by Lake Meredith National Recreation Area.

The following are stats from Lake Meredith which details the current state of the water as of Friday, June 9:

  • Current Depth: 74.01 feet
  • Current Volume: 227,940-acre feet

Lake Meredith recorded a record high on April 1973 of 101.85 and a record low on Aug. 7, 2013 of 26.14 feet, the Facebook post said.

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