One week after rains fell over a wide area of Brown County, Lake Brownwood continues to hold at a level that's about 13.25 feet below spillway, but still more than 2 feet above what it was before the rains started.
So far, the lake has peaked at 1,411.75, which came at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday. The low point this year was late in the morning on Tuesday, Jan. 24, at 1,409.57.
The lake rose to 1,411.70 Sunday morning, and has gained that same amount since.
On Tuesday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey's readings - taken every 15 minutes - had fluctuated very slightly, in the 1,411.73 to 1,411.75 range.
Spillway level is 1,425.0 feet above sea level.