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Cypress Springs #13438454 02/13/20 06:23 PM
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Per Franklin County Water District website:
Lake Cypress Springs Is CLOSED To Regular Boat Traffic Due To High Water, All Boat Ramps Are Closed.

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Re: Cypress Springs [Re: Badbasser] #13438464 02/13/20 06:31 PM
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After watching the radar the last few days some places in Texas have sure gotten soaked... bet several lakes are close to maxed out. Here in Bossier(or at least at the house) we dodged a lot of it as only I showed around 2" of rain total since Sunday. Waiting on all that rain NE Texas and Oklahoma got to funnel down the Red now.


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Re: Cypress Springs [Re: Badbasser] #13438483 02/13/20 06:47 PM
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The lake crested at a little less than 3' high several hours ago and is now slowly falling. Hopefully the rain forecast for the first part of next week stays with rain but only light rains so we don't get a repeat of this week. The lake is well into our yard now. They should re-open the lake once it drops below 2.5' high. On the positive, this should have dumped a good amount of water in Welsh that desperately needed it.


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Re: Cypress Springs [Re: Chris G] #13438533 02/13/20 07:20 PM
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Hope Welsh got some.

Re: Cypress Springs [Re: forkduc] #13438585 02/13/20 07:55 PM
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Originally Posted by forkduc
Hope Welsh got some.


Monti came up 1.4' with wide open gates both at Monti and Sandlin so water was leaving the whole time it was coming in. Monti and Welsh have similar watersheds so I would guess Welsh had to have picked up about 2' of water. It sucks there's no web based lake level monitor for Welsh. Only way to know if to drive over and/or know someone at the plant.


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Re: Cypress Springs [Re: Badbasser] #13440603 02/15/20 04:18 PM
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Does anyone know if the lake is back open?

Re: Cypress Springs [Re: Badbasser] #13440637 02/15/20 05:11 PM
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Yes it opened this morning


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