Dallas-area lakes filling to the brim after months of moisture

The first four months of the year have given the region a bit of a break from years of drought, filling some North Texas lakes above conservation capacity and pushing others to levels that haven’t been seen in at least three years.

The rain began falling on Jan. 1 and continued at a reasonable rate right through April, with precipitation in various guises, including sleet and snow.

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