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Area lakes continue to rise after heavy rain

SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA_ Area lakes in Southwest Oklahoma continue to rise thanks to heavy rain last week and over the weekend. Here are some of the latest numbers Monday morning. The drone video shows Lake Lawtonka releasing water through the dam and flowing into Medicine Creek.

Lake Ellsworth - 70% - Up 6 feet
Lake Humphreys - 71% - Up 4 feet
Lake Lawtonka - 102% - Up 3 feet
Lugert-Altus - 32% - Up 4 feet
Tom Steed - 41% - Up 6 feet
Waurika - 39% - Up 6 feet

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