Searing temperatures and a drought rivaling Texas' worst on record are taking a toll on lake levels statewide.  A June water report found levels in 109 lakes dropped by 4 percent, or more than 358 billion gallons.  Three lakes - all in West Texas - are effectively empty. 

Only one reservoir, Lake Livingston north of Houston, was full, six fewer than in May, according to the Texas Water Development Board.

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