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Widespread downpours offer relief, but do little to refill reservoirs

  Many places in North Texas see a deluge of rainfall, but reservoir levels barely budge. The recent June showers did provide some relief from the drought, even some sporadic flooding at times. However, we still have some ground to make up. So far this year, rainfall amounts recorded at DFW International Airport are more than 9 inches below normal.  With all this wet weather there's no need to water our lawns for a good while. So, keep those sprinklers off for now. And next time you're thinking about turning them on, check out the Lawn Whisperer's Facebook page to see if your lawn really needs to be watered.
The drought that doesn't know when to quit
The drought situation in North Texas improves a bit, but conditions still range from severe to extreme. Here's the latest Texas map from the U.S. Drought Monitor.
Updated Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan approved by board May 20
Here's a link to the new plan, which documents the progress TRWD is making to improve water efficiency among its customers.
Spring rains a "no-show"
Unusually dry start to 2014 could lead to tighter water restrictions later this summer if we don't see some improvement soon.
Fort Worth eyes watering limits as a way to save water
The Star-Telegram reports Fort Worth city council is seriously considering making twice per week a permanent feature of its future water supply strategy.
Efficient Irrigation Seminar, March 7 in Arlington
A half-day workshop for landscape and irrigation professionals. Add to your water saving know-how and earn some CEU's while you're at it. The lineup features sessions on plan selection, scheduling, distribution uniformity, and pressure control. Cost is $20 per person, includes light breakfast. Sign up now.
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