If we don't get some meaningful rainfall amounts they won't have to draw it down!
Most lakes in north and east Texas lose about 1/2" of depth per day during August's hot weather. That'd annualize out to 166" or so; but, with different temps, dew points, it is actually around 50" for a whole year.
We are down over a foot now on Lake Athens, not bad after several dry months. And, the city pumps water from it adding to evaporation. No river system feeds it like many other lakes nearby, just rain, springs and watershed run-off. Some minor dry creeks, that's it. Yet, it stays pretty danged close to its 440' conservation level most of the time.