Caution Urged Because Of Low-Water Levels On Oklahoma Lakes
TULSA, Oklahoma - Oklahoma's drought is getting worse, and there's not much relief in sight.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Skiatook Lake is about 5 feet below normal. The Corps is alerting boaters to potential dangers because of the low water.
Also, flow of water in the Illinois River is about a third of what it should be this time of year, and summer has just begun.
To view the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's daily lake report, click here.
To view the department's daily fishing report, click here.