Water levels at Lake Travis continue to rise and its prompting evacuations for those who live near low lying areas.
On Tuesday there was a voluntary evacuation as Travis County deputies went door-to-door at Graveyard Point to let residents know the water was rising.
Just before 11:30 a.m. Wednesday Lake Travis was at 697 feet, the highest level in about a decade. It could go up between 705 to 710 feet by Friday, which would mean disastrous flooding for Graveyard Point.
Lake Travis is at 697' now but could go up to 705 to 710' by Friday. This would be a disastrous flood for Graveyard Point. We could be challenging the all-time record of 710.44'. #FOX7Austin #atxwx #txwx pic.twitter.com/qCzRaTlmsa— Zack Shields FOX 7 (@zackshieldsFOX7) October 17, 2018