Two days of storms that delivered about 3 inches of rain to Austin did little for the levels of the lakes that serve as Austin’s water supply. Lake Travis rose by less than a foot; Lake Buchanan was up slightly more than 2 inches.
Dan Yates with the Lower Colorado River Authority says it provided a very small bump.
“We need a good season of rainstorms like this that we saw yesterday and the day before... that would get us out of the trouble,” Yates said.
The Highland Lakes are now about 41 percent full.