During the peak day last week, the city used 2.4 million gallons, up from the 2.2 million used on the peak day the previous week.
Lake J.B. Thomas remained at 0.73-percent full. The lake's water volume did not change this week after receiving 0.4 of an inch of rainfall.
Thomas has 1,461 acre-feet remaining in the lake bed. On Sept. 11, 2011, Thomas was 2.15-percent full. O.H. Ivie is at 12.31-percent full, and lost roughly 1,600 acre-feet of water last week.
The reservoir now has 68,238 acre-feet of water. It was 21-percent full one year ago.
The E.V. Spence Reservoir is 0.19-percent full, according to the latest report.
Odessa (15.5 mgd), Midland (12.7 mgd) and San Angelo (12.1 mgd) are the three largest consumer cities in the Colorado River Municipal Water District.