Another sign of just how dry it is--with falling river levels resulting in the water being shut off at Guadalupe River State Park.
Park Superintendant Scott Taylor told 550 KTSA News he had no choice but to issue the order once the water fell below a certain level.
"Whenever it drops below a certain cubic feet per second--legally we can no longer pull water out of the river" Taylor said, adding the water to the taps and toilets will remain shut off until at least the weekend.
"We have some ground wells that continue to produce--and we're trying to play a strategy where we use some water over the weekend--then give the ground wells some time to catch up" Taylor said.
If you are headed to the park during the week--Taylor said there are still places to swim--but you should bring some water with you.