May 31, 2024 10:00am Lake Conroe Status

By: San Jacinto River Authority SJRA
| Published 05/31/2024


CONROE, TX -- As a result of recent rainfall and runoff in the upper San Jacinto River Basin, current outflow from Lake Conroe is 4,298 cubic feet per second (cfs). Lake level is currently 202.12 feet (conservation pool is 201 feet).

Lake Conroe will continue to pass through storm water and runoff received in the Upper San Jacinto River Basin until Lake Conroe returns to conservation pool. Monitor real-time information on Lake Conroe at

We will continue to monitor rain and runoff in the area. We are in coordination with the City of Houston, Coastal Water Authority, and Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

Follow official sources

To stay prepared during storm events, make sure to follow NWS Houston, your local Office of Emergency Management, and your local weather stations.

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