Experts say that, if the weather pattern doesn't change for South Texas, our combined lake levels could drop to 30-percent by June.
On Wednesday, a panel discussion was held on the campus of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi to discuss the forecast and how it would impact the region.
Right now, Lake Corpus Christi is at 15.8-percent and Choke Canyon is at 44.1-percent, for a combined total of 36.5-percent.
Right now the city is in stage two of its water conservation plan. Once the combined lake levels reach 30-percent, the city will go to stage three, which means, among other things, that there will be a mandatory lawn watering schedule based on home addresses.