The Lower West Fork Trinity Watershed (HUC 12030102) covers an area of approximately 1,296 square miles. The region experiences a Mediterranean climate, with hot summers and mild winters. Precipitation is concentrated in the winter months, and the watershed receives an average of 40-60 inches of rainfall annually. The watershed is primarily fed by the West Fork Trinity River and its tributaries. The region is also home to several reservoirs, including Lake Bridgeport and Eagle Mountain Lake. Snowpack is not a significant factor in the Lower West Fork Trinity Watershed due to its location in northern Texas. Interesting climatic trends in the region include an increase in temperature and a decrease in precipitation over the past several decades. These changes have led to increased drought conditions and water scarcity in the area.