Lake Travis currently stands at 645′, the highest level it has been since August 2011.
Soaking spring rains, our first El Nino in five years and climate model simulations all suggest a long-awaited reprieve is on the way.
Recent heavy rains have helped Texas emerge from the worst of the years-long drought.
Central Texans certainly want to see the lakes fill up during this rainy period, but there is no harm in collecting a little rain water.
A very wet May is slowly adding water to our Highland Lakes, as Lake Travis is now the fullest its been since April 2013.
Heavy rainfall this week continues to impact commutes and outdoor plans. But now folks are seeing the impact on popular trails.
A wet month of May is taking shape across Central Texas, which can likely be attributed to the observed El Niño weather pattern.
While rain is welcome in a region plagued by prolonged drought, many homeowners in Southeast Austin hope this week’s wet forecast is not bui…
Walking down North LBJ you would think businesses were preparing for a hurricane, but instead store owners are trying to fight back against …
With all the rain, Central Texans need to be extra alert about protecting their homes and families from mosquitoes.