I took what I thought would be a moment to look at some rainfall totals for Bryan/College Station. That moment quickly increased much like the amount of days since we've actually seen any measurable rain! I say measurable because we have received a few sprinkles here and there but for all intents and purposes we haven't really picked up much in the rain buckets since --- when we received -- inches.
The chart to the right shows a yearly rainfall deficit of over 3.5 inches in Bryan/College Station through the end of June. That's bad, but it gets worse in some parts of the state. Bush IAH, which is the official reporting site for Houston, is over 4 inches below normal. San Antonio has only seen 0.01" inches of rain for the month of June with a deficit of over 12 inches!
Despite the low rain totals and high deficits, there are some isolated locations that have seen some good rain. In particular the eastern potions of the News 3 viewing area, from Trinity through New Waverly, appears to collect every time a small system moves through the region, which always seems to miss Bryan/College Station.