With temperatures reaching a record-smashing 110 degrees on Monday, summertime in Texas is causing chaos. The state’s electrical grids are maxing out, animal shelters are in dire need of help, and the well-known Cavender’s Boot City sign (on Lamar Blvd.) burst into flames.
Closer to home, you have been watching our beloved Lake Travis disappear at a rapid rate (some of it due to evaporation). According to the LCRA, Lake Travis is currently 66% full (as of July 25, 2018). More alarming is the storage projection for Lake Travis through January 2019. Let’s say; it’s bleak.