Last year when I was out storm chasing (highlights here), I stayed in Wichita Falls, Texas, which has been under a multi-year, extreme drought. On May 28 last year, I took photos of Lake Arrowhead, which is part of Wichita Falls' drinking water supply. After the extreme rains of the last month, I stopped by there yesterday, and the change is dramatic. Here's some before and after photos:
A couple more from last year:
Of course, all that rain, while so beneficial to drinking water supplies, has caused some serious flooding problems as well.