Austin Water needs 100 million gallons of water in storage for a "healthy system" and to get water and normal pressure out to all its users. Currently storage levels have risen to 90 million gallons. #ATXhttps://t.co/qnVjybZD1Z
🚨 UPDATE 🚨
More water arrived at Lakeline Station in north Austin!
Pickups are happening now. Remember, only one package per car while supplies last.
There’s no line at this time.
ENTER ON LAKELINE MALL DRIVE!
Just stopped by the Lakeline Station water distribution site in north Austin, which ran out of water a few moments ago.
Volunteers here told me more water is on the way, and it should arrive in 1.5 and 2 hours.
Morning clouds and fog will give way to afternoon sun and temps in the 70s! A weak front will push through later this evening and drop our temps by around 5 to 10 degrees for tomorrow with a spotty shower possible along and east of I-35 before midnight. https://t.co/0GQe0u5yPB
Temperatures in the upper 40s and lower 50s are the warmest we've seen in the morning since February 9th! Some patchy morning fog will mix out in the next few hours then we're back in the sunshine and highs near 70! #kxan#atxhttps://t.co/vLdjwStmYF
After a very cold start, temperatures will warm to the mid 50s this afternoon. Increasing clouds after midnight will help keep in the 40s and will continue to melt any residual ice/snow left on the roads. #kxan#atxhttps://t.co/CR52K5CKGE
This map shared by @AustinWater shows most of the northern and southern parts of the city have no water service. The central portions have been restored, but may be experiencing low water pressure. https://t.co/X48wjZJOiB