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Hoover Dam Reservoir reaches record low water level

The water level of Lake Mead, an important reservoir formed by the Hoover Dam, hit a record low this week as the western United States continues to suffer from serious conditions. Drought, According to news reports.

On Wednesday (June 9th), the water level in the reservoir dropped to 1,071.56 feet (326 meters) above sea level. This is slightly lower than the record low of 1,074.6 feet (327 meters) set in 2016. According to Reuters.. Overall, reservoirs have fallen 140 feet (43 m) over the last 21 years, Reuters reported.

Hoover Dam Reservoir reaches record low water level

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