What are the water levels doing?
Below are links to the Haskell County Monitor Well:
Below are links to the Baylor County Monitor Well:
Below is a link to the Texas Water Development Board Groundwater Database:
The long term data that goes back into the 1950’s for wells near the above monitor wells is available here. The nearest well in Haskell County is well
no. 2135702. The nearest well for Baylor County is 2122802.
The TWDB link below is to maps that are related to Texas water resources:
The TWDB did a study on the Seymour Aquifer in Haskell and Knox Counties in December 1978 in Report 226, Vol. 1-2. Anything that you want to
know about the Seymour Aquifer in these counties can be found here:
The TWDB did a study on the Seymour Aquifer in Baylor County in July 1978 in Report 218. Anything that you want to know about the Seymour Aquifer
in Baylor County can be found here:
Below is a link to the last hydrologic survey of Millers Creek Reservoir:
Below is a link to the stream gage on Millers Creek upstream of the reservoir:
Below is a link to the gage on Millers Creek Reservoir:
Below is a link to the weather station at Millers Creek:
Below is a link to the weather station at Possum Kingdom:
Links to other weather stations:
http://www.mesonet.ttu.edu/ This web site has links to the new Haskell, Knox City, Seymour and Weinert weather stations. The Seymour station has
soil temperature data. There is a new Google maps display of all the weather stations in the network. They have developed a new android app for
your mobile phone. Check it out!
Link to weather forecasts:
Links to Drought Indices and information on Drought Research:
This next link tracks the El Nino and La Nina indices. El Nino is positive (+).
La Nina is negative(-).