A FLASH FLOOD WATCH is in effect for Lee county through this evening. Rain & thunderstorms will continue to be possible for the Brazos Valley, through the evening and overnight hours. Severe thunderstorms cannot be ruled out -- damaging winds, large hail, and even an isolated tornado threat will need to be monitored.
A third bird in the Twin Cities has been found to have West Nile.
A blue jay tested positive on Adrienne Drive in College Station, just north of Rock Prairie Road and west of Highway 6. The bird was examined yesterday, and city personnel have begun control measures in the area. Health Department officials also distributed information to residents there.
They encourage all residents in the county to eliminate any standing water after the frequent showers recently.
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