Drought Status: No Drought
Barton Springs Flow: 53.8 cfs (10-day average)
Lovelady Elevation: 488.2* (165.2 ft depth to water)
*Note that we have changed the drought trigger thresholds for the Lovelady well. These new triggers will be adopted into the District's recent rule revisions. The new triggers will not materially affect the entry or exit of drought--the method we've developed will function as it always has. However, we had a survey of the well so that we can translate the depth to water from the land surface (in feet) to an accurate water level elevation (in feet above mean sea level).
For example, I measured 165.2 ft depth to water, to get the elevation of the water level I subtract that value from the land surface elevation we had surveyed (653.42 ft above mean sea level). The result is an elevation of the water level in the Lovelady well of 488.2 ft-msl.
The elevation of the Lovelady well is similar to the J-17 well water elevation that is used in the San Antonio segment (http://edwardsaquifer.org/). Today the J-17 elevation is 645.2 ft-msl.