According to the Texas Water Development Board, recent rains in East Texas have brought lake levels up to near normal capacity.

As of Wednesday, the following lake levels were reported:

Lake Palestine: Just under normal levels at 99.11 percent capacity, (0.15 feet low).

Lake Jacksonville: At 100 percent.

Lake O’ The Pines: Water level is 95.41 percent, (0.63 feet low).

Lake Fork: Just under 90 percent normal level, (2.58 feet low).

Lake Tyler: Levels stand just under 84 percent (2.58 feet low).

Lake Athens: Level is at 90.66 percent of normal (1.56 feet low).

For a complete list of Texas Lake levels, visit the Texas Water Development Board's website.