The Lake Ivie reservoir in runnels county is over half full to capacity this week, thanks to recent storms passing through the area. Edward Morris - This last event weve gotten about 24,500 acre feet. Were at 52 capacity. Lake levels have been rising for the past month at the reservoir. Edward Morris - Well the water is for west Texas, San Angelo, Abilene, Odessa-Midland, big spring, they all get some of it, so, this reservoirs was built for that purpose. And that gives them more water to drink. Its been about ten years, since the Ivie reservoir was at 100-percent capacity. But this reservoir isnt the only reservoirin the area filling up. Larry Weise - Were at a 100-percent at our conservation level capacity. Lake Coleman was about 12-13 foot below, over a year ago so.. weve caught a lot of water. So our lakes are in good shape right now. Coleman city officials were forced to open this draw down to allow water to flow into the Jim Ned creek...But if rains continue to pound the area--officials may be forced to open the spillway. Larry Weise - Which flood control and our lake is still about 4-feet below the spillway. For the city of Coleman, weeks of rain have allowed the city to come out of drought restrictions...And officials at the Ivie reservoir say they expect levels to rise a little more as rain is predicted for the rest of the week. Jennifer Jackson KLST news.