Six web cams are now showing anyone with Internet access that Lake Cumberland is full of water .
Kentucky's tourism commissioner said viewers can see lake conditions and the surrounding shorelines at any time of the day.
The purpose of the pictures is to give an accurate view to visitors.
Lake Cumberland was lowered in January after Wolf Creek Dam was classified as "high-risk" for structural failure.
The new level reduced pressure on the dam and allowed engineers to begin repair work.
To access the web cams, you can log onto KentuckyTourism.com.
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