I can only imagine the decisions they are having to make. The Red River Basin is full
Above Texoma –
Altus/Lugert normal/seasonal pool is 98% full.
Tom Steed flood control pool is 41.74% full.
Waurika Lake normal/seasonal pool is 98% full.– got to release.
Foss in still below normal pool.
Arbuckle is flood control pool is 111.75% full – got to release.
Texoma is Flood control pool is 128.38% full and 26 feet high – got to release.
Down Stream –
McGee Creek is 6’ high and 3% over flood stage – got to release
Pat Maze is 9’high and 3% over flood stage – got to release
Sardis 11’ high and 55% over flood stage – got to release.
Hugo is 33’ high, Flood control pool is 103.90% full and has water in state park cabins. – got to release
Pine Creek is some 37’ high and 1% over flood stage. Got to release.
Broken Bow – 24’ high and Flood control pool is 96.70% full. Got to release.
Red River out of Oklahoma to Shreveport down to the Mississippi….will Little Rock and New Orleans districts get their panties in a wad? The Arkansas River Basin come to play sometime - Kaw, Keystone, GRDA lakes, Tenkiller, Eufaula are all full.
Anything they do will get criticism. What a video game this could be………….No win situation.