Arizona's largest lake is the fullest it has ever been

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PHOENIX - After a 10-year drought in the Arizona desert the largest reservoir within the state is fuller than it has ever been.

It is located 80 miles east of Phoenix and Roosevelt Lake now has enough water to quench the Valley's thirst for two years.

Massive amounts of water are shooting out of Roosevelt dam after so much snow and rain this winter.

When the snow pack in the mountains melts this spring a Salt River Project spokesperson says all six of its reservoirs should be filled to capacity.