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Lakes continue to fill up

SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA_Lake levels are still rising due to the continuing rains in Southwest Oklahoma.

The following amounts are from Friday, May 22, compared to Wednesday, May 20. Lake Frederick's current capacity has not been reported.

Lake Ellsworth: May 22- 116 percent; May 20- 117 percent
Fort Cobb: May 22- 93.75 percent; May 20- 92.53 percent
Lake Frederick: May 20- 109 percent
Lake Fuqua: May 22-78 percent; May 20- 77 percent
Lake Humphreys: May 22- 87 percent; May 20- 87 percent
Lake Lawtonka: May 22- 99 percent; May 20- 106 percent
Lugert-Altus Lake: May 22- 50.48 percent; May 20- 44.74 percent
Tom Steed Lake: May 22- 78.6 percent; May 20- 71.54 percent
Waurika Lake: May 22- 68.82 percent; May 20- 62.8 percent

You can see more about the current lake levels and inflow rates here.

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