Crazy photos and story about drought-stricken Medina Lake, which is drying up and dropping to levels not seen since the record drought of the 1950s.
Posted 1 year ago
drought, texas, climate change, global warming, medina lake, san antonio, express-news,
I have a number of friends that have lake houses out there. It’s only 20-30 minutes from where I am, but it’s not worth...
2nd year of this. Forecast did say 70% chance of thunderstorms tomorrow, now gradually being edited down to less each...
And i thought lake mead was bad..
Medina Lake is a reservoir on the Medina River in the Texas Hill Country of the United States. It is operated by the...
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