Lakes at lowest levels in 10 years
Prescott’s 2018 precipitation is driest on record, National Weather Service says

The low level of Willow Lake is especially visible in the cove along Willow Creek Road in northeast Prescott. With recent record-low precipitation, Willow Lake has dropped to 8.6 feet below the dam’s spillway. (Cindy Barks/Courier)

The low level of Willow Lake is especially visible in the cove along Willow Creek Road in northeast Prescott. With recent record-low precipitation, Willow Lake has dropped to 8.6 feet below the dam’s spillway. (Cindy Barks/Courier)

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